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In the Autism doesn’t come with a manual it comes with a mom who never gives up shirt and I love this midst of COVID-19, the world is in crisis, and for many, day-to-day life as we know it has come to a screeching halt. As these realities take hold, and social distancing becomes paramount, it’s only natural to feel anxious and at a loss for how to adjust to the new normal. But in these times, it’s important, if not essential, to prioritize self-care, especially with an inundation of excess stress. “One of the biggest stressors for many people is the lack of control of what’s going on around us and in our future,” explains Shelby Harris, PsyD. “We normally have the ability to control many aspects of our day to day lives and things are being pulled out from under us by a virus that we literally cannot see.” Harris emphasizes the importance of staying positive amidst all that’s uncertain, as well as maintaining a routine that keeps your mind and body healthy. From getting optimal sleep to practicing mindfulness, here are a few different ways you can practice self-care while staying at home.