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Across the globe, we have seen major increases in the number of individuals reporting symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

Some people have increased their use of alcohol or drugs, thinking they can help them cope with their fears.  In reality, using these substances can worsen anxiety.  Even if our emotional health has not reached the level of the above symptoms and behaviors listed above, most of us have and continue to experience worry.   Whether you worry about yourself, family friends, co-workers, your community, or are worried about your finances or job loss, fear leads to decreased functioning across all aspects of life and can have serious consequences on your overall health.

In addition to fear and anxiety, many people have experienced some form of grief due to trouble events happening around the world.  Grief is a normal response to loss and can happen in response to the loss of life, drastic changes to daily routines, and ways of life that provide us with a sense of stability, support, and comfort.

To learn more about healthy coping strategies and resources, click on any of the links below:

Directory of Emotional Resources at CSUN