Stirred by Covid19 – 1

I hope this post finds you all well and snuggled into your homes as directed. Covid19 has hit the world like nothing I’ve seen in my lifetime and has stirred many thoughts and feelings for each of us.  It has raised fear and anxiety to new heights.

We will begin sharing some of our thoughts and feelings here as a means of connecting and communicating on what feels like the new normal. Some have been previously posted to our Facebook page, some posted to In the Face of Adversity at Psychology Today online., and some will come from our colleagues and guest bloggers.  We welcome your feedback at info@building-resilience.com. -Charlene Fernald Moynihan

Flowering bushes pelted by driving rain with two flowers in the foreground, in a puddle on the pavement.

Lessons on Resilience

“What’s the latest?” and “It could have been worse.” They seem like two small statements. But for me, they carry a huge message. Continue reading “Stirred by Covid19 – 1”