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How To Build Resilience During The Pandemic






You aren’t powerless.


There are many resources you can tap into to lessen your mental struggles during the pandemic. Here are a couple of methods you can apply to your life.

#1 Follow the protocols


A lot of people disregard protocols.


As soon as the number of those infected goes down, so does their guard. This shouldn’t be the case.


It’s important to keep following the guidelines for safety. This is the first crucial step in relieving mental health problems.

#2 Focus on controllable things


Not everything is unmanageable.


Shift your attention to things that you have the power to change. This way, you’ll realize that you are capable and you’ll get through this.

#3 Practice routine self-care


Self-care is a must.


It’s more important than ever. Up your self-care game and give yourself permission to rest.


Engage in your interests, hobbies, fun activities, and things that make you happy.

#4 Reach out to your loved ones


There are many ways to get in touch with your circle.


You can call them on the phone or go on a video chat with them. If you’re not tech-savvy, list the aid of a knowledgeable person or take time to learn.


Don’t limit your contact when there are options available for you.


#5 Seek professional help


There’s no shame in seeking the help of experts.


Take this time to improve your life. You can also face past traumas that you’ve been putting off lately.


Telehealth, particularly teletherapy is a good choice. You can contact a therapist or a coach via text, call, or video call.


Get expert help online



You can heal.


With more than 10 years of experience as a clinician and as a certified life coach, I’ll help you push through your struggles.


You’ll get better in every aspect of your life through my effective holistic health approach.


I love to help people.


That’s why I became a doctor in the first place. And as a mother, wife, and entrepreneur, I can relate to the complexities of life.

Where to find Dr. Tomi Mitchell

You can book a FREE 15-minute consultation and schedule a 60-minute session through this link.


You can also get in touch with me via LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.


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Are you a mom or a female doctor? I have groups just for you.

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Thank you for the time to read this article. See you in the next one!


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