• Debbie Thrower

'Metabolizing adversity'

​'How best can you develop daily habits that help you metabolise adversity you experience?' is the question posed by the Revd Dr Kate Wiebe, part of St Luke's Clergy Well-being Programme.

'Sleep, regular movement, healthy meals and snacks, drinking water, interacting with people you care about and who care about you, and practising your faith, are all ways proven to help you metabolising stress or adversity you encounter,' according to her article on the website of the Institute for Collective Trauma and Growth.

You may find Dr Wiebe's advice helpful for not only coping with current stress during lockdown but also recovery in the long term from crisis situations.


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