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Children also experience the five stages of grief - denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, and acceptance. Here are some ways to help them work through the process.
Here are some practical ways to connect with your child and still meet your own needs.
Mentally and emotionally, it is valid to feel uneasy about COVID-19. Although these emotions are normal and expected in this time of uncertainty, there are ways to cope.
Managing emotions is difficult for both children and parents during times of high stress. The technique of "connect and reflect" can go a long way in making the time at home much more enjoyable for everyone.
During times of crisis, we know children cope better when their parents cope better. Now is the time to make a plan and lay the course for the next couple of months to help your family adapt and overcome.
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