Front-line Worker Mental Health
Today, I spoke to CBC Radio West's Sarah Penton about the mental health concerns of our front-line and essential workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. We also discussed the devastating events in Nova Scotia and the stress on our first responders. The segment starts at the 31 minute mark. Here is the link: Front-Line Worker Mental Health
Physical Distancing: Dealing with the Rule Breakers
Have you heard or used the term Covidiot? This week I spoke to Sarah Penton of CBC Radio West about coping with physical distancing 'rule breakers' and increased frustration during the Covid-19 pandemic. The segment starts at the 31 minute mark. Here is the link: Breaking the Physical Distancing Rules
Curve flattens as dough rises
Forget toilet paper, I can’t find any flour. Or baking soda. Eggs and butter have been in short supply, too. It seems COVID-19 has brought out the Betty Crocker in all Canadians. All this staying home to flatten the curve has given rise to forgotten pleasures, like baking bread and rolling out pie dough. According to canadiangrocer.com, there was a 71 percent increase in conversation about “baked goods and desserts” on Twitter Canada during the latter half of last month. Goog
Every Friday I speak with CBC Radio West's Sarah Penton on various mental health topics. Today, we discussed the challenges that parents are experiencing during the pandemic. Parents are trying to do it all: work, parent, teach, entertain, and protect their families from Covid-19. The segment starts at the 31 minute mark. Here is the link: Hang in there, parents. You are doing just fine.
Couples & Covid-19
Recently, I spoke with CBC Radio West's Sarah Penton about how couples are coping with being isolated together during the Covid-19 pandemic. We discussed finding your own space, managing expectations, and communication. The segment starts at the 30 minute mark. Here is the link: CBC Radio West Interview: How are couples coping with being at home together during the Covid-19 pandemic.