How To Stay Resilient And Mentally Healthy During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Discusses staying positive, going outside, adapting to changes, and breathing and meditation during the COVID-19 pandemic. This 45-minute radio segment, featuring guests from the Center for the Science of Social Connection at the University of Washington and a psychiatrist from University of California, San Francisco, focuses on why the pandemic is so anxiety-producing and how we can stay resilient in the face of it.

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