Living (Mind)fully with Uncertainty

Mental Health Tips for Covid-19 Anxiety

It's ok to feel all the feels, I feel them too
But reach out if they become too much to handle alone.
You are not alone. You are never alone.
I am here for you.

Dear precious ones, 

I am writing to you at this unprecedented time in our history. A time of collective, global trauma. We're scared. We're vulnerable. We're mentally exhausted. People are saying to stay positive, but I want to validate your emotions, you are safe from the catchphrase 'good vibes only' here. 

There is so much beyond our control these days. As humans, we don’t like uncertainty at the best of times, at baseline. We thrive on timelines and surefire deadlines. So we are all trying our best to find equanimity, mental calmness, amidst this uncertainty.

Knowing a bit more about what’s going on in our brains and minds can help us move away from the anxious, negative, unhelpful thoughts that hurt us. I have, therefore, humbly compiled this Covid Calm resource packet that I hope will help in even a small way. 

It includes 17 #StayCovidCalm actionable tips that you can take today to help you focus on treating yourself with kindness during this difficult time.

Download Packet
I am offering this is as a free resource but please donate what you can.
Proceeds benefit the OnBeingHuman Food Drive for those in need during this time.

This compilation is dedicated to everyone, everywhere. There is no one not impacted by this pandemic. I write this with the hope that we can find some relief, that we can heal together. I especially want to hold those who have lost people to this virus, and to those on the front lines who are exhausted, burnt-out, and under-protected. 

You don't have to have a productive pandemic, just take care of yourself to the best of your abilities, and that's more than enough.

As this crisis continues to evolve, I promise to do my very best to keep my finger on the pulse of its mental health aspects and help us through each stage.

Please join me, we’re all in this together.

Dr. Jen


Watch: Interview with AboutMeditation 
While we can’t always choose how life unfolds, we can choose how we respond. Although it’s difficult, if we work on choosing a mindful lens, we bear less suffering, we create a kinder place to be. 
Tips to #StayCovidCalm
Tip #8: Connect to something greater/give back
On Being Human - COVID-19 Food Drive

My dear friend, and author of National Bestselling book “On Being Human,” @JenPastiloff is collecting funds and getting people grocery cards during this Covid-19 crisis.

Click to learn more

If you are experiencing financial hardships during this time, please know that many organizations are offering free support, loans, food, clothing, hygiene products, and other household needs. Please do not be afraid to reach out if you are in need and I will do my best to find someone who can help. Email me at
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Sending you my care in these uncertain times
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