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Simple things to reduce stress during COVID-19

Posted on 04/18/20 12:01:pm


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Kids are doing school at home. Parents are working from home. People can’t visit their loved ones in the hospital or nursing home. COVID-19 has brought significant change to our daily lives, but we can find reasons to be thankful.

In the last part of a six-part series on compassion resilience, two Rogers experts share simple things you can do to reduce stress and increase gratitude during this crisis.

For more information on how to stay resilient during COVID-19, visit

Thanks to Sue McKenzie Dicks, vice president of healthy culture at Rogers Behavioral Health, and Sarah Reed, PhD, manager of program and evaluation at Rogers InHealth for sharing these strategies.

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