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In his new podcast made up of weekly ten-minute episodes, The Barber and His Therapist's premiere installment features Woody and Psychologist Ian Howard exploring ways to cope with the global crisis from inside your home.
While we wait for even more episodes, we asked him for some extra tips on at-home revival.
Make Communication a Daily Ritual
Schedule set times to communicate with your partner, family or friends. We host two family meetings every day - one with just the adults and one with the kids. The goal is to consistently hold a space where everyone can share their feelings.
Start each meeting by asking the same questions:
What do you feel is going well right now?
What would you like to change?
What can you do today or in this moment to feel good?
Create Small and Big Routines
It's difficult to separate the days right now - they all mesh together. Invite your household into a place of routines. Plan and do things that have a clear start and a finish. Have your kids work on projects that take time. Get the family collaborating on something everyone can look forward to that's going to be completed weeks out.
"The path is changing every day. We need to come back to the table on a daily basis to check ourselves and to check in."