Women often feel overworked and overwhelmed. After all, you have a lot on your plate. And you may feel like that plate is overflowing with demands since the pandemic hit.
It's important to recognize how COVID-19 may be impacting your life and relationships so you can take steps to improve your well-being. This session is brought to you by Aetna Resources for Living.
We're inviting all Hopkins women to join a free Here 4 U online peer support group session here at 1 p.m. ET today, May 26.
Women can join a safe space to talk about how they're doing emotionally. They'll also hear how others are coping with COVID-19 and everything else.
During this one-hour online discussion, women will have the chance to:
- Connect with their peers to share how they're dealing emotionally amid COVID-19
- Talk about social isolation and the virtual environment
- Build coping skills and resilience
This is a small group session. Spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register as soon as possible if you're interested.
We want women to bring their thoughts, feelings, and questions. And remember: You and all your household members can call us 24/7 for in-the-moment support and resources by phone at 443-997-7000 or by scheduling an appointment here.
For additional online resources, visit the Resources for Living website. You will need to use the following: Username: JHU, Password: JHU. There's even a mobile app, giving you access to mySupport wherever you are.