While each of us faces challenges and hard times, it’s rare for the entire nation to experience negative stress all at once. Schedules have been turned upside down. Families are in self-quarantine and we are socially distant from loved ones whom we usually rely on the most. Times like these can induce stress, anger, depression and anxiety at home.
Patrick Jensen, MD, board-certified psychiatrist at Peninsula Hospital, offers some insight and advice to help keep emotions and mental health intact: Covenant Health_0813-3099 Mental Health-6-24-20