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Stress and Resilience in a COVID World - Shared screen with speaker view
Barbara Chamberlin
38:51
yes. that meme is awesome… you get extra points for making me laugh, and doing it WITH the Cap’ ;-) well done, Karim!
Jessica Zubia
40:09
collective loss and grief for sure
Denise Anstine
40:23
Yes, a lot of anxiety!
Christin Barden
40:41
Yes, anxiety and stress, trying to balance being so busy working with clients and time for self-care.
Alexandria Palos
40:42
Had anxiety where I can’t sleep
Lilly Hill
40:42
Lost family member as well as family dysfunction over Covid realities
Amanda Gutierrez-Lopez
40:48
Trying to find balance in this ever changing world
Deborah Sullivan
41:00
I feel like it has only contributed to my anxiety that half my family is on board with CDC regulations and the other half is doing this whole divisive game. The country is so divided and this has been very influential to my anxiety.
Lorena Corral
41:25
Not only my stress but my teenager kids and the other people I support
Inca Crespin
42:15
The county I live in has been described as a COVID hotspot and we've had lots of loss recently.
Alice Lopez
43:01
Dealing with teens on probation being suicidal more now than ever
Carol Gumm
44:21
It seems half my family is super diligent about CDC regulations and the other half is super against getting vaccinated at all!
Marco Marquez
44:27
the fact that kids younger kids can't get vaccine yet but they are required to go back to school right during delta surge
Dora Sanchez
46:15
The situations at hospitals with overload and the lack of staff to deal with all that Covid has brought to life and continued illness as before.
Ian Strascina
56:45
Honest question: Why do you want to feel in control of uncontrollable situations? Trying to do that is exactly what used to *give* me anxiety?
Alexandria Palos
57:09
I use that technique a lot it really helps with anxiety stress and depression
Deborah Sullivan
57:49
Ian, I don't think its about controlling what you can't control but more about what you can.
Jessica Zubia
59:10
I've been in therapy all through the pandemic and that's something we constantly talk about. when I feel out of control- I focus on what I can control
Maria Maldonado
59:47
Reminds me of the Serenity Prayer!
Jessica Zubia
59:51
today- I put my noise cancelling headphones and have been listening to music and taking many breaks
Jessica Zubia
01:00:37
I think that's why a lot of people clean when they're anxious. focus that anxious energy
Martha Lovato
01:00:37
I do this often, very relaxing!
Laura Padilla
01:00:38
Overstimulation can be source of anxiety. Asking someone to focus on noises and such might make things worse. At least in my case it would. I think stepping outside barefoot or going out in nature or a walk could be more calming in some cases.
Cara Dukepoo
01:03:36
I started a garden and started working in my garden when I feel overwhelmed or anxious.
Deborah Sullivan
01:16:28
Can we get these slides?
Dianne Christensen
01:17:10
They will be available on the website we will give you at the end.
Deborah Sullivan
01:17:16
Thank you!
Deborah Sullivan
01:17:53
I sometimes use a gratitude list. It helps me a lot.
Dora Sanchez
01:18:38
I have tried meditation and some strategies that were shared with me by an online counselor. Having someone to chat with has been instrumental.
Karim Martinez
01:19:01
Thank you everyone for sharing your experiences and recommendations.
Dora Sanchez
01:20:54
Definitely!
Lorena Corral
01:26:18
just listen sometimes that's all they need
Lorena Corral
01:28:53
can we have a copy of the PowerPoint
Dianne Christensen
01:30:14
The Power Point will available on the resource website we will give at the end of the program.
Karim Martinez
01:31:22
This is the website where the slides will be posted: Stress and Resilience in a COVID World website: https://aces.nmsu.edu/covid19/resilience.html
Deborah Sullivan
01:32:14
"I'm sorry"
Jessica Zubia
01:32:35
"I hear you" "I see you"
Deborah Sullivan
01:32:46
I have found that saying too much can come off as advice.
Jessica Zubia
01:32:51
or sitting in silence
Claudia Rodriguez
01:32:52
Many times just listening
Desiree Luttrell
01:32:55
I'm here.
Maria Maldonado
01:33:02
I am here.
Dora Sanchez
01:33:02
I am here for you.
Karim Martinez
01:33:03
Session one survey: https://acesnmsu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_enA3WdxqHWFZpzg
Martha Lovato
01:33:09
By just being there for them, in what ever they need.
Lilly Hill
01:33:14
How are you?
Alice Lopez
01:33:36
I lift them up in prayer and send them a prayer personally.
Barbara Chamberlin
01:34:13
I’ve appreciated when others have asked me, “How are you, how’s your grief?” it recognized that I still HAVE grief, and that it is a powerful thing on its own.
Karim Martinez
01:35:01
Session one survey: https://acesnmsu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_enA3WdxqHWFZpzg
Dora Sanchez
01:35:04
Thank you.
Laura Ramirez
01:35:05
Thank you!
Lorena Corral
01:35:06
thank you so much
Julie Molina
01:35:20
Thank you so much
Luz Hernandez
01:35:28
Thank you!
Estela Cordero
01:35:30
Thank you, it was very helpful.
Melissa Burrola
01:35:32
Thank you!
Denise Anstine
01:35:49
Thnank you!
Deborah Sullivan
01:35:53
Is next week's the same time? I don't think I registered for it.
Sara Ann Harper
01:35:57
Thank you.
Richard Chavarria
01:36:08
Thank you.
Denise Rodriguez
01:36:13
thank you! time well spent