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Dear White Women


Oct 28, 2020

Are any of you feeling like we are - maybe a little anxious now seven months into COVID with various degrees of lockdown, with a very uncertain election layered on top of that?

If you’re listening to this live, we have one week until Nov 3 election day; we may have a week or several weeks more until we find out the results of that presidential election.  

We are bringing you a few tools to cope with election anxiety.  

Questions? Comments? Contact us at hello@dearwhitewomen.com

What to listen for:

  • A set of tips from Dr Sue Varma
    • Guidelines on when and how to take in the news    
    • Permission to stop talking politics to preserve our sanity     
    • How to address these times of anxiety with our children   
  • A special meditation with Lisa Guyman, giving you a sense of who you are, and how you can center and ground yourself during these times.

About Sue: Dr. Sue Varma is a board-certified psychiatrist, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York University (NYU) Langone Health, and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Varma was the medical director to the 9/11 mental health program at NYU Langone. She has been a national mental health contributor over the last 13 years on all the major networks. Dr. Varma has recently participated in over 100 media interviews on national trauma during quarantine. She is the recipient of the inaugural Sharecare Emmy in 2019 for her creation of a digital series on depression. She is now sharing mental health awareness and education on Instagram. 

About Lisa: Lisa Guyman is a spiritual educator, Certified Chopra Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor and Reiki Master who helps her clients and students recognize their personal power and their ability to heal themselves. Also a published author and recording artist, Lisa uses her spiritual knowledge to assist her clients and students in reconnecting with spirit and returning to themselves.

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