How to address COVID-19 mental health [Video]

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How to address COVID-19 mental health issues with friends and family

CAUSING A PROFOUNDIMPACT ON ALL OFOUR LIVES.AND WE ARECOMMITTED TOHELPING YOU GET THEANSWERS YOU NEEDAS WE TRY TOREBOUND FROM THISPANDEMIC.COVID-19 HASCHANGED THE WAYWE COMMUNICATE.SO IT MAY BE TOUGHTO IDENTIFY WHEN AFRIEND OR LOVEDONE IS GOINGTHROUGH A DIFFICULTTIME.REPORTER RUTAULCINAITE HAS MOREON HOW TOAPPROACH THESECONVERSATIONS,ESPECIALLY SINCEMAY IS ALSO MENTALHEALTH AWARENESSMONTH, IN TODAY'SEDITION OF THEREBOUND -HEARTLAND.COVID-19 HAS PUT ASTRAIN ON THEENTIRE NATION'SMENTAL HEALTH.GRAPHIC CALLS TOTHE DISASTERDISTRESS HELPLINEWERE UP OVER 300-PERCENT IN MARCHOF THIS YEAR,COMPARED TOFEBRUARY OF THISYEAR.JULIE JURICH -MARRIAGE AND FAMILYTHERAPIST,ASSOCIATEDCOUNSELINGPROFESSIONALS"PEOPLE THINK, WEDON'T THINK ABOUT ITWE DON'T HAVE TOTHINK ABOUT IT ANDEVERYTHING WILL BEOKAY.BUT THAT CAN BEVERY DANGEROUS."06:24 TALKING ABOUTTHE MENTAL HEALTHPROBLEMS WE MAY BEEXPERIENCING ISIMPORTANT.ESPECIALLY RIGHTNOW.SHERI DAWSON -BEHAVIORAL HEALTHDIRECTOR, DHHS"STAYING CONNECTEDAS MUCH AS WE CANEVEN IF IT'SDIFFERENT CANIDENTIFYCHALLENGES BUTJUST KEEP THINGSAND SPIRITS UP ASMUCH AS POSSIBLE."13:57 BUT FINDINGTHE OPPORTUNITIESTO DO SO IS NOWHARDER THAN EVER,DUE TO SOCIALDISTANCING, ACTIVITYCANCELLATIONS ANDSCHOOL CLOSINGS.STANDUP "DRIVINGAND …

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