Posted: February 24, 2021
Health & Wellness
Sugar Fork Crossing and Colorado Spirit are teaming up to bring our residents and families a COVID-19 six-part support series called Together We! Thrive. This past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in many ways. It has brought on a lot of stress and disrupted our daily routines and our lives. Recognizing the impact of these challenges on our mental and emotional well-being, Together We! Thrive features short video sessions and handouts offering professional and practical ways to support your whole well-being, so that we can find healthy ways to cope with our stress. Videos will be released on Facebook bi-monthly on Tuesdays, and you can see the full schedule here.
The 6-part series kicked off on January 26th with “Self-Compassion in the Face of Disaster,” with Dr. Kristin Pyne. She explains how to face your emotions with self-compassion, knowing that these emotional responses are normal during this abnormal time. Instead of toughing it out or criticizing yourself, self-compassion invites you to acknowledge the difficult time you are experiencing and calls you to comfort and care for yourself just as you would comfort and care for a close loved one. Click here to find the handout activity and worksheet associated with her session, and watch the full replay on Facebook now.