How to Be Emotionally Strong in Challenging Times
by LG Happiness Project | May 27, 2020
How can we not only cope with the impact this pandemic has had communities, but also cope with the level of heightened fear it has also developed? According to Randy Taran, founder and CEO of Project Happiness, an Experience Happiness partner, these emotions can be best addressed with these quick seven steps.
How to stay emotionally strong when fear is rampant
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Posted by Project Happiness on Thursday, March 12, 2020
Take Care of Your Body
Exercise is great, but mindful breathing can also do wonders. Randy recommends the 4-4-6 breathing exercise: Breath in for 4, hold for 4, and breathe out for a count of 6.
Take Care of Your Mind
Avoid an overabundance of news and updates. With the overload of information coming in on a daily and sometimes hourly basis, it’s important to control the intake in order to control the impact it can have on your brain.
Keep Connections Strong
We may not be able to see our peers, mentors, friends and family as often as we used to, but that doesn’t mean our connections should be any less strong. Make an effort to call extra, send a “checking in” text, or even arrange a group call on Zoom. Human connection is a pillar of sustainable happiness after all.
For additional tips and even more insight from Project Happiness, check out the full article.