How to Stay Calm if You Think You Have COVID-19

Yes, it’s doable. We know because we tried it.

When Thrive Global editor Alexandra Hayes and her fiancé, Brian, started exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, they understandably began to feel anxious. With all the frightening news out there, how could they not? Still, knowing that stress would only make matters worse, they were resolved to stay calm and protect their well-being by practicing Microsteps. To find out what happened — and to learn some tips for yourself if you think you have the virus  — watch the full video above. 

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