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Summertime—a season when families typically slow down and focus on making memories together. But this is not a typical summer. Due to the pandemic, families are spending more time sharing the same space than ever before. And with all that togetherness, it can be common for parents to see increased signs of sibling rivalry.
Leaving home for college is a rite of passage for millions of students each fall, often filled with a combination of excitement, sadness, and fear of the unknown, especially with the uncertainty of the pandemic. This time can be difficult to navigate in an unfamiliar environment with new routines and stressors.
For patients struggling with mental health challenges, a behavioral specialist is an integral part of the therapeutic team at Rogers Behavioral Health.
Since it began in 1949, Mental Health Month has provided the opportunity to recognize the importance of mental health and spread awareness. Now, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines, it's more important than ever.
Too much screen time can have a negative effect on mental health. However, during the COVID-19 crisis when social distancing and isolation are necessary, we are being asked to intentionally avoid having the same level of in-person interaction that is normally considered positive.
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.
Everyone is feeling the stress of dealing with all the changes that are happening during the pandemic. Now more than ever it’s important to set healthy and appropriate boundaries.
School is cancelled. Businesses are closed. And no one can say with certainty when life will get back to normal. Much of what we took for granted is not part of our daily routines, and that can cause a lot of stress and anxiety.
Everyone deals with a crisis in their own way. People are experiencing different emotions during COVID-19 as they process what’s going on around them, and that can lead to conflict.
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