Join me for an engaging conversation with therapist Karen Conlon, and culture and media expert, Maja Zaric.
We discuss the current mental health challenges brought on by Covid-19, and share a roadmap for supporting our mental health, navigating the overwhelming amount of information, and engaging on social media.
In addition, Karen Conlon shares valuable advice on how to approach a co-worker or a loved one who may be dealing with anxiety and burnout. She also advises us how to talk to people who want to “fix things” for us.
Maja Zaric educates us on media literacy, how to deal with the current infodemic and reminds us that there is no free lunch!
When it comes to our daily health habits that support our wellbeing, Karen and Maja remind us the following:
“This is not the time to do 360 on everything. This is the time…to do one small thing at a time.” Karen Conlon LCSW, therapist
“It’s not how many races you win, it’s how you bounce back from defeat.” Maja Zaric, former pro swimmer, culture and media expert
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