How To Cope With Your Coronavirus Anxiety

But no matter how you’re feeling your anxiety or why, it’s more crucial than ever to implement stress-reducing and anxiety-busting strategies, explains Anabel Basulto, LMFT, a licensed marriage and family therapist at Kaiser Permanente. “These are different times, and we’ve never experienced anything like this,” she says. “But it’s important to focus on — not what you’re experiencing — but what can you do about it. On finding a solution. Yes, the anxiety is going to be there for a while, but it’s about the steps you take to resolve it — how do you turn something negative into a positive.”

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