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We could all use some cheering up - here are some ways to brighten your friends’ days!


We truly do need one another. We truly do understand one another.


I watched as my patient community started to panic, feeds flooded with “Only the vulnerable will be at risk. Your ‘only’ is my everything.”


In 20 minutes, I tell myself, things will be even just the teensiest bit different. It may not feel much different in 20 minutes but it will be that much closer to being resolved.


Playing games together at home can relieve stress, bring joy, and foster connection.


As you continue to show up and help others during this overwhelming time, we want to encourage you to take care of your own well being.


We asked our community what they’re doing to cope with the social distancing and isolation required to slow the spread of COVID-19.


It feels good, for a little, to see what’s going on in the US and the world. But for many of us, constantly checking the news can create or worsen feelings of stress and anxiety.

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