Saturday, November 28, 2020

Kansas City COVID Head Check

Most people often overlook mental health as a vital facet of personal and public well-being. Check this worthwhile community news conversation that encourages a moment of reflection amid unprecedented times. 

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160: Preserving Your Mental Health During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful without a raging pandemic, record unemployment and job insecurity. Samuel U. Rodgers Psychiatric Nurse Elizabeth Blanchard Hills walks us through a few ways to mentally prepare for the holiday season and how to avoid polarizing conversations related to politics, COVID-19, or family disagreements.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Man up crybabies.

Anonymous said...

"160: Preserving Your Mental Health During the Holidays"

And yet for Baby Burt, that train has lost the station. He's been two tacos short of a combination plate for years.

Anonymous said...

Demonstrating he is indeed two tacos short of a combination plate, Baby Burt forgets taxes are not due until Dec. 31, at which time I will pay them.

Anonymous said...

Or, @9:58, if your name is Trump, cry up, manbaby!

Anonymous said...

brittany speers was a loser

Anonymous said...

Why ? I thought the current trend of society is to have mental issues, call it gifted. Chop off your dick, paint your hair green with some purple and hang out at starbucks with your Apple laptop. While arguing with customers about advancement of BLM, ANTIFA, " Change" and your gifted achievements. Say no problem and like endlessly. The world is all yours now. Enjoy your rewards.