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Recently I have had several students describe their time during social distancing as boring. Honestly, I agree with them. There have been many times during the last two months that boredom has crept into my life.

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In a hope to help parents address the new stressors their families are facing, we asked Dr. Lauren King to join Brentwood Academy for a FaceBook Live event to talk to parents about managing stress, keeping family rules and rituals, making the best use of this time, and tolerating uncertainty.

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With the announcement that BA will continue distance learning, we wanted to provide parents and students with some tips to help with our new learning environment. Experiencing distance learning in high school has some great benefit for students, since many post-high school educational institutions and many places of employment have online components. Below are a…

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Anxiety has been on the rise for several years. I think we would all admit to either experiencing or seeing more anxiety in our own social circles. The statistics on anxiety also show a increase in anxious feelings in teenagers. There has been a lot of research trying to help the population combat this new data.

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Good Morning America shared a video with six daily questions to ask yourself during quarantine. These questions are intended to help check in on your own self-care. Emotional wellness during these times needs to be a priority for all of us.

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In the Harvard Business Review, there was a recent article by Scott Berinato entitled That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief. The article compares the emotions that so many Americans are feeling right now to the stages of grief.

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Nationally, we are all dealing with circumstances unlike anything we have experienced before. We will most likely look back on Spring 2020 and remember specific details and emotions that were directly related to this life altering event. Many of today’s teenagers will not fully understand the impact of the current situation until later in life.

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