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1. Give yourself time to adjust.
You don’t have to push yourself to be automatically adjusted. Adjusting takes time, and it may not be the same for you and your loved ones. Allow yourself and others this period. It’s a necessary step to your process of coping with the new normal, as it helps you acknowledge that what you’re going through, along with the rest of the world, is not normal.
2. Give your loved ones time to adjust, too.
This adjustment period will look different for everybody—including the ones you’re quarantined with, and the loved ones who may be far away from you. Acknowledge that you will come into conflict because of what you are all going through, but don’t give up on them. They may be having a hard time adjusting to the new normal, too. Coping with the new normal involves having empathy and patience for the ones you love, even more so than before.
3. Set a routine.
You will also benefit from setting a structure to your day—a new routine that incorporates time for yourself, for your loved ones, and for productivity. But you don’t have to be so hard on yourself with the structure. Just take it one day at a time and focus on what brings you joy and peace.
4. Limit your exposure to news and social media.
Coping also means being informed. But that doesn’t mean you have to be on social media and reading up on everything 24/7. It’s good to be informed; it’s necessary. But you have to give yourself a break. We now know what’s required of us to survive this pandemic—social distancing, good hygiene, and strengthened immunity. Bombarding yourself with news day in and day out may not be good for your mental health.