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When living in troubling times with distressing news filtering in from all sides, most of us just want to escape to safe spaces and shut it out.  But with the ongoing nature of the current crisis, such distractions are temporary and not very satisfying. As an alternative to running away, here are resources and practices for exercising the mind, emotions and spirit to stay healthy and present during life's difficult moments. 

Readings on calming the mind & minimizing anxiety:

If You're Panicking About the Coronavirus,

Stop Yourself by Trying These 7 Methods

By Sonia Brill, LCSW, Therapist and Certified Meditation Instructor

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How to maintain relationships at home,

and understanding the difference between

loneliness and aloneness

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Daily meditation decreases anxiety and improves cognitive functioning in new meditators after 8 weeks

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Feeling Stressed?

These Meditation Apps Are Free Right Now

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Tips for Mindfulness & Coping with Anxiety

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5 TED Talks:

That Will Help You Manage Anxiety and Build Resilience |

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At-Home Wellness Guide to Staying Healthy During COVID-19

"Only a profound inward revolution which alters all our values can create a different environment, an intelligent social structure, and such a revolution can be brought about only by you and me."



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