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Mar 9, 2021

So, I’m going to lay out a more realistic approach or tips to help folks deciding to walk out the door. I got my sources. I got some real-life experience and not much more than that. 

There are folks on Twitter who are struggling on how to make the right decision for them. As it often happens, there are jerk faces who will pop in and state that you gotta man-up and stop being what they perceive to be weak. 
Or they will share that they never put on a mask. They never stopped living their lives. To that I say, Ok. Good for you.
But your experience is not mine. I and others made an informed choice based on the information we had at the time and the rising number of people dying. Some of those people we knew and loved.
In this episode, a look at a few tips on how to prepare for re-entry. Those of us that have pre-existing conditions are going to find it a bit hard. Not impossible. Just hard.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

CNet Health and Wellness has a post on Jump rope workout: How to get a full body workout and have fun. Those of you that have issues with your knees or hips might want to consult your doctor before engaging in exercise.
There is a Beginner Jump Rope tutorial that explains how to use the jump rope to exercise. 

Tiny Buddha post on 50 Things You Can Control Right Now.

From Psychology Today and post on How to Cope With “Re-Entry Anxiety 10 Tips to Manage Re-Entry Anxiety Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic


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