Coping at home

 

25 March 2020


At such a challenging time it’s more important than ever that we’re looking after ourselves. image: Family on ipad talking to their family remotely
 
Here are a few tips to manage your time at home: 
  • Set yourself three goals each day so you always feel you’re achieving something 
  • Find positive stories in the news and share them 
  • Put your headphones on and play some music that really lifts your spirits 
  • Plant seeds in a pot on your windowsill, notice how life continues as they grow 
  • Lose yourself in a new book, TV show or podcast 
  • Call a friend or loved one and have a good catch up. 
 

image: Family on ipad talking to their family remotelyUseful links and resources to help you cope

For information about managing your mental health and anxiety, you may find the following helpful.
 

Crisis and Emotional Support Helplines:


Mental Health Information Lines:

 

Children and Young people

If you have a child at home and they are feeling anxious, Kooth provides online mental health and wellbeing support to young people via any internet accessible device.

It provides an opportunity to interact in a supportive way with other young people as well as receive support from a qualified counsellor. www.kooth.com