Jan 26, 2021 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Add to Calendar >
In the face of disruption in routine, significant life changes, grief and loss, illness, instability, and other consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a national increase in stress and grief. Common reactions are anxiety/fear, sadness, grief, anger/irritability, isolation, and even hopefulness, inspiration, and connectedness. Join us to learn how to face your emotions with self-compassion, knowing that these emotional responses are normal responses to an abnormal time. Instead of toughing it out or criticizing yourself, self-compassion invites you to acknowledge the difficult time you are experiencing and calls you to comfort and care for yourself just as you would comfort and care for a close loved one.
Please watch on CLC’s Facebook page live on Jan 26th. www.facebook.com/ChristianLivingCommunities
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