This is an unprecedented scenario, and it is okay to feel stressed or anxious at this time. This is entirely normal, and it is highly likely that many of your co-workers, family and friends will be feeling the same way. But if it is not passing or your usual coping strategies aren’t helping, think about where you are able to get more support.

 

This is something we’re all going through together. That means over the coming months, it’s going to be crucial that we’re all able to talk openly and honestly about our mental health. That also means being able to access the right help and support if you need it.

 

It is perfectly normal to feel strong feelings during exceptional times such as these. This can include feelings of anger. However, if you are starting to feel overwhelmed, it’s important to acknowledge your feelings and speak to someone you trust, whether that’s a colleague, a friend or a family member, or a helpline such as NHS 24 (111), Breathing Space (0800 83 85 87) or Samaritans (116123).

 

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