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Jill L. Ferguson
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Jill of many trades. Lover of life and animals.
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Natalie Dunbar
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Taking each day - each moment - as it comes, all while reminding myself that there is no "playbook" for this situation. When I start to feel overwhelmed I take a deep breath and check in with myself by asking, "What do I need in this moment?" Also, I've been blessed to work remotely for the better part of four years, so I've tried to be a source of support and information for friends who still have work and are transitioning to this new normal. When I reach out to support others, it provides me with a sense of purpose, and takes my mind off of the crisis we're all in, if just for a short while. And when I've done all of the above - and I've called or reached out to friends and family - I allow myself to just be, and to just feel what I feel.
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Jill L. Ferguson
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That's beautiful, Natalie. And I agree that purpose is a wonderful aid to coping.
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