Although we don’t yet know the full impact of coronavirus on our health, many people are quickly experiencing financial stress due to the global pandemic. These are uncertain times and it can be hard to stay positive when experts estimate a loss of 3 million jobs by the summer and an “inevitable” recession. Whether you work in the service industry, hospitality, or travel and leisure, the threat to our personal security and safety is very real, but it doesn’t have to steal our mental wellbeing. As Jon Kabat-Zinn, the creator of mindfulness-based stress reduction says, “You can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf.” Click here to read more…
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