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Coping skills can help prevent panic -- Mental Health Minute

Taking personal responsibility for your behavior is essential during the time of a health crisis, according to a Sturgeon Bay Psychologist.  Dr. Dennis White encourages you to keep yourself as safe as you can and not putting others at unnecessary risk while reaching out to help others during this time.  He says coping from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging, but you can control how you react to it.

 

 

Dr. White notes that the new reality has strained just about every aspect of our society.  You can listen to Dr. White’s entire Mental Health Minute on overcoming feelings of anxiety and frantic agitation with this story below.

 

 

 

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