Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
And now the surge they predicted would come, and now more restrictions as we shut down again to try and stop it.
People had this hope that, as we came to the end of 2020, we would put up a new calendar on January 1st and all would be back to normal. Now we know that's not going to happen.
Anxiety is to be expected when we face challenges like the ones we face now. It's normal. The point is not to ignore it, and not to run from it. You can manage it and keep it from drastically disrupting your life.
That's what my book, Resilience: Handling Anxiety in a Time of Crisis is about. It's helping people. Check it out here. And thank you.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
The death of Walter Wallace, Jr in Philadelphia is a tragedy. A tragedy of mental health, not of race.
Last night, knowing what was to come throughout the city, I went to bed sad. Seeing the video on the TV this morning, I am still sad. A man I have much in common with was killed in a police shooting, and the significant story has been lost in a melee of riots and looting.