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Health Brief

April 8, 2020

During this time stress levels can be heightened. Here are some healthy coping strategies from Resilient Wisconsin:

Practice “3 good things”:

  1. Get a good night’s sleep
  2. Get a good amount of exercise… this will help with #1 get good sleep
  3. Eat “good for you” food… your plate should have the colors of rainbow. . . reds, yellows, and greens.

Stay connected:

Reach out to family and friends, colleagues, and community groups in whatever way you can—calls, texts, video chats, emails and more.

Spend time away from COVID-19:

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.

Check in with yourself:

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:

  • City in Georgia: Plains
  • Remote Polynesian island: Easter
  • Irish city: Limerick

Today’s puzzle: Threezers:

  • Salt & Pepper, Strawberry, Auburn
  • Cookies, Donuts, Basketball
  • Trash bags, railroad tracks, men’s clothing stores

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.

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