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Coping and Managing Stress during the COVID-19 Pandemic (and beyond)
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Mental Survival Guide
Mental Survival Guide -COVID-19 Edition is a stress management course with an added emphasis on the mental distress caused during the COVID-19 pandemic. The information is relevant during and after the pandemic for creating a stress resilient life. I wrote this course because of the staggering mental health statistics I was reading in major publications concerning the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects on mental health. These included: Calls to a national mental-health hotline were up 1,000%700% increase Mental Distress Among Americans Thats Tripled During the Pandemic70% of Americans experienced moderate-to-severe mental distressone-in-five Americans say they have had a physical reaction when thinking about the outbreakThe COVID-19 crisis has impacted peoples romantic relationshipWhy are people experiencing so much depression, anxiety and other mental distress during the pandemic. There are many reasons: The feeling of being isolatedPeople have lost their jobs and incomesSchools have been closed, Lives have been disruptedAnd the fear of the COVID-19 VirusThe mind and body have been scientifically proven to be connected. The stress you experience with your thoughts and emotions affect your mental and physical health. Heart attacks, strokes, cancers, ulcers, sleep disorders, feeling hopeless and depressed can be signs of stress. You can wear a mask to protect yourself against the virus but it wont help much to reduce your stress. Ive been giving stress management seminars for over a decade to Fortune 500 companies, corporate executives, healthcare workers, physicians, attorneys, mental health specialist and the general population. Never has anyone seen anything quite like what we are seeing now that affects peoples mental health like this pandemic. That is why I wrote the Mental Survival Guide for COVID-19, to help protect you from the stress and its consequences. The course includes the following: Mental Survival Guide book (PDF) download (226 pages)44 Lessons that teach you about stress and how to minimize or eliminate from your life. Each lesson is divided into 3 easy video lectures with a text download. Each short and easy to understand lesson teaches you something about stress, an exercise to decrease or eliminate stress and a journal entry to help you understand your personal stress and how to apply the lesson to your life. Part 1. Something to Learn: Knowledge Information to help you understand stress. Part 2. Something to Do: Stress Management Tool A technique to reduce your stress. Part 3. Something to Write: Journal Entry A place to record your life and thoughts. You will see from the Table of Contents that I also divided the book into 3 Sections. Section I will help you learn about and identify stress in your body. Sometimes people dont realize their physical symptoms are stress related. This section helps with that. Section II covers common stressors people experience, from work to home and relationships. Section III focuses on how to manage stress. Each section has valuable information to help you reduce stress. Note. You do not need to use every technique in this course to reduce your stress. Feel free to find some stress reduction techniques that work best for you and practice using them. The more you use them the more effective they become. Above all, enjoy doing them! Section I: Recognizing Stress in the Body and MindLesson 1: History of StressLesson 2: Definitions of StressLesson 3: Types of StressLesson 4: The Body and StressLesson 5: Stress PredictorsLesson 6: The Fight, Flight, or Freeze ResponseLesson 7: Health and StressLesson 8: The Mind and StressLesson 9: Emotions and StressLesson 10: Signs that your Mind is StressedLesson 11: Perceptions and AttitudesLesson 12: Values and GoalsSection II: Lifes Common StressorsLesson 13: Time and StressLesson 14: Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule)Lesson 15: ProcrastinationLesson 16: Financial StressLesson 17: Organizational StressLesson 18: Work StressLesson 19: Work from HomeLesson 20: Anger and StressLesson 21: Couples StressLesson 22: Parenting StressLesson 23: Relationship StressLesson 24: Caregiver Stress Compassion FatigueSection III: Managing StressLesson 25: The ABCs of Stress ManagementLesson 26: De-Stress EngineeringLesson 27: Survival Strategies for Life-Threatening StressorsLesson 28: Physical ActivityLesson 29: Sleep and StressLesson 30: Sense of Touch and StressLesson 31: Sense of Sight and StressLesson 32: Sense of Taste and StressLesson 33: Sense of Smell and StressLesson 34: Sense of Hearing and StressLesson 35: MindfulnessLesson 36: Mental Imagery and VisualizationLesson 37: ResilienceLesson 38: Social SupportLesson 39 HumorLesson 40 ForgivenessLesson 41 GratitudeLesson 42 LoveLesson 43 SpiritualityLesson 44 Maintaining Your Stress-Resilient LifeYou will also learn the following stress tools to help cope and manage your stress. Stress Tool 1: The Relaxation ResponseStress Tool 2: Value of Stress ReductionStress Tool 3: Goals for Reducing StressStress Tool 4: One Minute Body ScanStress Tool 5: Autogenic Trai
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