The world is changing so quickly right now, everyday is something new on the Corona Virus.
You may not know this about me, but I spent 10 years working disasters at a national level and so let me assure you, this is an unprecedented national disaster. We will recover from this but not without sacrifices to our lives. I know this is hard for us all. I want to assure you that I, and my offices, will be here throughout and when the recovery begins.
One of the hardest parts right now, is not knowing WHO has the virus; anyone can be carrying it right now, and not even know because they are not symptomatic!
It is thesafest thing is to ASSUME EVERYONE has it. This is a choice. If this assumption is wrong, we can live with that. If the assumption is right, we are going to be able to live with that too-and so will many others.
Social distancing is not just about keeping ourselves safe from contracting the virus, it is not even just about protecting one another or the most vulnerable amongst us.
Social distancing is also critical to containing the virus, while treatments are sought and our medical facilities scale up to accommodate the masses that will need them, unless we take radical action NOW. Social distancing is the one thing we each can do to help bring this disaster to a swifter end.
Beginning Wednesday the 25th, we are suspending in-office sessions indefinitely, except in an extreme emergency. April’s Free Meet Up is cancelled. This is consistent with professional peers and organizational recommendations.
Stay tuned, an on-line version of the Meet Up is in the works.
We are still offering support sessions via the phone, and video-conferencing (very easy to use for you, as a client-you only need a computer, an internet connection and some earbuds/headphones) at reduced fees (75.00 a session) for the next 30 days.
We are living in uncertain times, routines have been disrupted, the headlines are screaming everyday and all of us are under a lot of stress. Stress makes us more vulnerable to dis-ease. Our affiliate offers over 31 titles of Stress and Anxiety Management hypnosis downloads at a very reasonable cost. If you are isolated at home and in need of some self care but can’t get out, why not check these out?
We will survive this and I am one of "those" people that believe 100% that events like bring out the very best in us or the very worst. It is a choice. Disaster recovery has taught me, the best plan is to take care of yourself, take care of your tribe, take care of your neighbors...in that order. (BTW-social distancing accomplishes all 3!)
We are all in this together, our interconnectedness has never been so highlighted as it is right now and I sure hope humanity does something good with that lesson.
Stay well, Tamera