When unexpected change overtakes us, it’s sometimes difficult to tell what’s up and what’s down. After all, when things are happening fast, it’s hard to keep track
After the upheaval has ended, we’re left standing in the debris, still wondering how to go on.
But you can. Even if you need to take a beat and take a breath before you take another step. Kathrin shares a gift of wisdom she received from a trusted mentor, which helped her take a beat and take a breath before taking another step.
What is some wisdom you’ve received along your journey?
Some links to share:
Covid-19: Resilient Educator Toolkit is dedicated to the support of teachers and educators, students, parents, and families. (last accessed 01/21/2021)
“Too Many Pastors Are Falling on Their Own Swords”, by Jakob Topper explores the line pastors walk between caring for congregations and sacrificing themselves for congregations (last accessed 1/21/2021)
HelpGuide, a nonprofit mental health and wellness website, shares the following article that includes five tips for dealing with anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic as well as anytime anxiety and uncertainty occur in upheaval: Dealing with Uncertainty During the Coronavirus Pandemic. (last accessed 1-21-2021)
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