During this time stress levels can be heightened. Here are some healthy coping strategies from Resilient Wisconsin:
Practice “3 good things”:
Reach out to family and friends, colleagues, and community groups in whatever way you can—calls, texts, video chats, emails and more.
Don’t let the pandemic take over what you read, watch, or talk about. Don’t be afraid to ask friends and family to talk about something else.
Difficulty concentrating or sleeping, irritability, fatigue, and even stomachaches can be normal. But if you find yourself overwhelmed or having thoughts of self-harm or suicide, reach out for help right away. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
I am working with Father Navene to bring telephonic confessions to San Camillo. If you would to participate in this Sacrament please contact me – 259- 4681.
Answers to Double Entendres:
Today’s puzzle: Threezers:
What are you grateful for today? (My son emptied the dishwasher. And I didn’t have to ask. Yippee!)
Today is a great day to open your windows for a few minutes and get some fresh air. Enjoy.