Mental and Relational Health During COVID-19: Dr. John Delony
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If your mind feels like it’s on a freakin’ train ride, you’re not alone. We’re all living through this crazy, out-of-control pandemic for the first time together (but also totally alone), and it’s making us feel intense emotions. But when fear, anxiety, sadness, loneliness and anger pop up in your head, there are things you can do to stop the insanity. Dr. John Delony shares five concrete steps you can take to still your mind and calm down:       Recognize what you can control and let everything else go.       Make a plan for your day, every day.       Manage your stress, loneliness and sleep.       Protect your relationships.       Find ways to serve. You can’t control what happens tomorrow, but you can control how you respond to today. Remember, hope is greater than fear, and being calm is contagious. Another thing you can learn to control is your money. When you learn how to budget, get out of debt, build wealth, and give generously, you’ll feel unbelievable peace. To take advantage of our free 14-day trial of Financial Peace, sign up here. No matter where you are, hope is here:
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