Episode 67: Growth in a Global Pandemic

Welcome to the Rooted Mind Podcast!

Episode #67: Growth in a Global Pandemic

Your Host: Jess and Shelby

 

[0:40] Introduction and life updates

[1:10] Life updates/Virus discussion

[6:33]  AD: Take Root

[7:55] Shelby: We’re going to give you our general opinions on the pandemic

[8:55] Have compassion, but don’t let it bleed over into feeding major anxiety and fear

[10:25] Jess: Without working on our mental health, this situation can cause extreme fear and anxiety

[11:00] Shelby: This virus is awful, but it’s also exposing weaknesses that we’ve had in our culture for a long time

[12:39] Jess: Determining the why behind these problems will make us stronger as a nation

[12:58] Shelby: In the future, maybe we can invest in long term solutions to things, like preventive care

[14:11] Jess: This virus has created stronger community

[15:31] Shelby: We have to come up with long term solutions, and we need to have open dialogue

[16:43] Shelby: Why are we afraid to have a discussion about what’s good for everyone, not just one segment of the population?

[17:27] Shelby: We really need experts in the economical and medical fields to come up with solutions

[18:21] Shelby: If you can’t have a discussion without immediately shaming the other person, you’re not going to get the answers you need

[19:28] Jess: Fear sells

[19:48] Shelby: It frustrates me to see people using this pandemic to further political agendas

[22:15] AD: US Wellness Meats

[23:20] Shelby: Washing your hands shouldn’t be a new thing; hopefully you were doing that already

[23:48] Shelby: Social distancing is wise, but as we gather more data, we might be able to come up with a more viable long term solution

[24:28] Jess: Now can be a good time to do the things you haven’t previously had time for

[26:31] Shelby: Be mindful of how pandemic information/opinions impact your mental health and daily life

[27:40] Jess: We should feel all our emotions, but we have the power to not let fear drive us

[28:24] Ways to help/tips for practical daily living during this time

[31:33] Shelby: If you’re negative all day, you’re going to leave a negative impact on those around you

[32:58] Jess: Getting yourself involved with people who help you be your best self is key; encourage each other

[35:05] Shelby: We can’t control what diseases we get, but we can control how we respond and the decisions we make leading up to that

[35:45] Shelby: If you’re willing to take that first step in taking control of your health, it builds momentum and you can keep moving forward

[36:40] AD: Coleman Farms

[37:56] Shelby: Build consistency in your health journey

[39:00] Closing thoughts/encouragement

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