Tag Archives: anxiety

If you’re in Comms right now, don’t assume people remember Alert Level behaviours

If you are working in comms right now, be specific. Be clear. Be concrete. Double-check your information before you put it out – your memory might not be so great either – not your fault, that’s just how memories can be.

4 new cases in Auckland: Act Responsibly, Act Swiftly. Act Together.

We have a limited window to get this right again. And it will probably happen again after this too. This will be the pattern. Be prepared. Take effective action. Do it now. React responsibly and swiftly, with small actions that added up can save us from suffering even bigger consequences.

Existential Anxiety in Coronavirus Times

Perhaps, somewhat ironically, anxiety isn’t something that we aim to perhaps eliminate, like we have done here in New Zealand with the coronavirus, but it might be something we need to learn to live with instead.

Anger, Disappointment, Uncertainty and Anxiety: When We Feel Let Down and How to Fix It

When we find out about unexpected events that break our expectations – what we thought was supposed to be happening to protect us and keep us secure actually looks like it wasn’t actually happening at all, well it can bring up all kinds of difficult emotions. And worries too. This article is about those emotions and worries, what’s happening that’s perhaps making you feel like this, and what you can do.

Now we are out of lockdown, is continued anxiety a thing?

At the core of returning to a more social life, there may linger a sense of persistent anxiety for some. There’s some indication that at least the short term as we emerge out of lockdown, a higher proportion of people may experience anxious feelings. But it’s important to remember that experiencing some anxiety is normal.

Feeling anxious about COVID-19 / Coronavirus? This may help. Can you help?

It’s hard to know what to believe in a rapidly changing situation, when big decisions are being made at a pace that can feel bewildering. For those people that live with anxiety, these effects can be magnified, and for some who haven’t experienced anything like this before, anxiety can appear, which can be both confusing and alarming. Here’s a list of helpful resources.