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How to Keep Your Home a Restive Space Despite Remote Work

Sen. Risa Hontiveros shares how to create spaces and boundaries to maintain one's mental health.

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It's easy to lose your personal space to your job when you're working your home. A once restive area may start triggering stress, and stress, in turn, can highly affect your mental health, especially since everyone is still going through the collective trauma of the pandemic.

During a recent Summit Sandwich Session, Mental Health Law author and principal sponsor Sen. Risa Hontiveros shares how to keep home spaces safe and sacred, and how those we live with play a vital role in our wellness.

Watch the full story here:

https://youtu.be/cgkT41IIwkU Marga Infante

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