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Many of us are feeling scared, anxious, or even angry right now.

But for anyone who spends time around children, it’s important to know how you are outwardly portraying those feelings, and how it could impact the kids in your life.

Lori Desautels, an assistant professor at Butler, explains ways you can take care of your mind, and your children’s minds, to help us all get through this time.