Coping with a family illness
**This article is based on nonfiction by actual events that were witnessed firsthand by me; used with permission. Life is going along smoothly when all of the sudden you hit a bump in the road. A loved one, spouse, child, or other relatives, has been diagnosed with a chronic illness. How do you cope? What do you do?
Faith on the Frontlines: Healthcare Workers Battle Burnout With Spirituality
Fregeau contemplates how faith helps him cope with pandemic fatigue(Public Information Desk - Region 13) Michael Fregeau will never forget one of his earliest COVID patients. A small child was brought into the ER with difficulty breathing. Medical staff did their best to help, but the child did not survive.
What are your escapes?
Mental health has been a common topic lately for obvious reasons. We are struggling with the fear from the pandemic and all the conflicting information on the best ways to deal with it, many have lost loved ones, jobs have been lost, and people have had to be creative and innovative to survive. There is a lot of uncertainty and emotions are high, so we all need to have healthy escapes. Let me tell you a few of mine and suggest a few others that might work for you.