Mental Health Professionals Give Advice On How To Deal With Anxiety, Fear In Wake Of Terrorist Attacks

The New York Times (11/20, Rogers, Subscription Publication) provides tips to readers who may feel anxious and fearful in wake of last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris. Mental health professionals interviewed for the article advise readers to “compare…fear with the facts,” limit their “exposure to social media and the media,” create a plan how to contact family members should something happen, maintain daily routines, and follow “basic self-care guidelines that help reduce stress.”

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— “How to Cope With Anxiety During Terror Threats,” Katie Rogers, New York Times, November 19, 2015.

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