Anxiety

July 6, 2020

Jennifer’s Mid-Pandemic Thoughts

Jennifers mid-pandemic thoughts

July 6, 2020

By: Jennifer Seip

Dear friends,

As the pandemic continues to escalate and our world becomes more uncertain each day, I’d like to share some thought’s that I’ve been having.

First, I want to thank you. Each week you bravely tell me the stories of your lives. We sit on our computers and talk about the things you cannot change. We discuss the things that you are struggling with and what scares you. Your bodies have been shaking with anxiety, your minds have been racing and your hearts have been pounding. Together you have cried, yelled, sighed, smiled, and laughed.

 

You’ve lost loved ones

You’ve been trapped in your home

You’ve connected with old friends in new ways

You’ve been afraid of getting killed or physically harmed

You’ve been trying to get by with little to no income

You’ve decided to become more involved in helping others

You’re afraid of dying or getting sick

You’re depressed and lonely

You’ve sacrificed your wants and needs so that others can remain healthy

 

Throughout our conversations one thing has been clear. You are here and you are fighting to stay positive. You are loving and you are doing. Plans have changed and you are adapting along side them.

One of the things that I am most grateful for is that technology allows me the ability to continue the work that I love the most and to be of good use. If I can be of any help to you in this time, please reach out.

I’m in this with you. I am feeling your fears, your passion, and your hope. We can get through this together.

Lastly, if there is one thing I know, it’s relationships. If you are looking for any help we are here. In the meantime, take a look at any of our posts. See if there is something that might help soothe your anxiety.

 

-Jen


 

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