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  • good morning tickets Tuesday, so it has not been a great week here.

  • I loved your video on Friday.

  • It gave me comfort in context that I have so much to be grateful for.

  • But because of my anxiety problems and O.

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  • I just don't have a brain that's like particularly well suited to disease pandemics.

  • I mean, I guess no one does, but, yeah, I'm just having a hard time for help.

  • I have virtual therapy and medication, but the thing I found most helpful this week was actually mental health tips shared by partners in health, Informed by the experiences of people who've lived and worked amid big disease outbreaks, P I.

  • H really values partnership like enough to put it in their name because in global health, like so much else, everyone needs to learn from everyone, I mean.

  • During the Ebola outbreak, community health workers in Liberia became experts and contact tracing mental health providers in Sierra Leone have worked with people who had to self isolate to prevent disease.

  • We have a lot to learn from these people, And so, in the pH model all around the world, colleagues learn from colleagues and then use that knowledge to serve patients and the public.

  • And these 10 mental health tips from P.

  • H is head of mental health doctor Beppi Rob Viola came from a wide variety of experience, of living with social distance.

  • And so on some level.

  • This is advice from people who've been there first.

  • Social distancing does not mean emotional distancing used technology to connect.

  • I think this is especially important because so many people are going through Big Trauma's serious illness, losses of jobs, losses of every kind imaginable, and in those experiences, it's easy to isolate.

  • For many of us, me included.

  • That's dangerous, so social distance cannot mean emotional isolation.

  • For me, that means lots of face time and phone calls to keep clear routines and schedules seven days a week.

  • But don't go overboard.

  • Yeah, this is really hard for me.

  • Like I need routine but kind of, by definition, routines take some time to establish, so I'm trying to be patient with myself.

  • Third exercise and physical activity daily, if possible.

  • When I am sad or scared, I have an overwhelming desire not to exercise.

  • But if I could bring myself to exercise, I always feel better.

  • Forewarning and intellectual engagement books Reading Limited Internet.

  • For me, this mostly means books, essays and watching highly intellectual marble racing on YouTube.

  • Fifth Positive Family Time.

  • Working to counter negativity.

  • My kids are so good countering negativity.

  • I just need to learn from them sixth alone time outside, if possible.

  • But inside is okay too.

  • Yes, so my only alone time at the moment is my daily bath, which I am so grateful for.

  • Seventh focused meditation and relax ation.

  • I think for me that's taking a bath.

  • Eighth bathe daily, if possible, slightly off topic.

  • But I'm keeping a gratitude journal and, like 80% of the ink goes to baths.

  • Ninth.

  • Remember the things that you really enjoy doing that you can do in this situation and find a way to do wth um, so this is a big struggle for me and many of my friends.

  • I have friends who love their jobs, but now don't have that job or can't do it in the way they love.

  • A lot of what I like about being a person is not easily replicated in a time of social distance.

  • But there are things I love that I can still do, and focusing on them does bring the joy.

  • For instance, I like re watching the movie penguins of Madagascar because it is the greatest achievement in cinematic history, and I like reading, and I like the taste of the one diet Dr Pepper I drink per day and so on.

  • Lastly, limit exposure to TV and Internet news, choose small windows and then find ways to cleanse yourself of it.

  • This really resonates with me because I have an obsessive thinking disorder, and too much time spent with the news does not make me better informed.

  • It makes me panicked, which makes it harder for me to be the things I need to be right now.

  • A father, a friend, a concerned citizen and so on.

  • Remembering that is key to my personal mental health.

  • I keep a list of these 10 tips I will link to them in the Doobie Doo, and when I'm scared or overwhelmed, I look at it and I think, what on this list could I do?

  • It's not a magical cure, but it is helping me, and I hope it might help you, too.

good morning tickets Tuesday, so it has not been a great week here.


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経験者からのメンタルヘルスのヒント (Mental Health Tips from People Who've Been There)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日