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Managing Coronavirus Anxiety: A Resource List

Before this week, the word “pandemic” was a global fear. Now, it’s a reality.

With the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re facing unprecedented times. It’s no wonder that even the usually-even-keeled among us are on edge. Even if you’re not prone to anxiety, this situation can feel overwhelming and unmanageable!

Uncertainty breeds fear. The media can sometimes heighten this fear.

Because this strain of the coronavirus is new, no one really knows what to expect. And because of its potential to be deadly, a lot of people are expecting the worst.

Regardless of where you fall on the coronavirus anxiety scale, we’ve put together a list of reliable resources that can help keep you informed … and (hopefully) keep your anxiety in check:

Coronavirus Facts, Data and Information 

Emotional Health Resources

*Note: This list highlights resources I’ve been recommending to anyone looking for ways to manage the emotional effects of the coronavirus. It is, by no means, exhaustive. If you see something you think we should add to this list, please let us know!

Asking for help is a sign of strength.

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