Title

Face of War: A Collective Narrative Podcast - Episode 5 - Managing the Stress of Watching and Living War

Document Type

Speech

Publication Date

5-13-2022

Abstract

This five-part podcast series reflects how war impacts all of us by listening to the different perspectives of those that have lived it, understanding how the media shapes our views of war, understanding our own feelings, and learning life skills for managing stress, fear, and anxiety. Our goal is to educate, remind you that you aren’t alone, and give you tools to navigate living and watching war.

Episode 5 – Managing the Stress of Watching and Living War

This five-part podcast series reflects how war impacts all of us by listening to the different perspectives of those that have lived it, understanding how the media shapes our views of war, understanding our own feelings, and learning life skills for managing stress, fear, and anxiety.

This episode discusses how war creates stress for those both living and watching it. A counselor and an artist offer strategies for staying informed while managing stress and meeting personal goals.

The participants in this episode:

Dr. Barbara K. Robins, Associate Professor, Department of English

Dr. Cathy Pettid, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Success

Sharmila Seyyid, UNO’s Artist Protection Fund Fellow

Comments

We'd like to thank the following for making this possible. Thanks to the Department of English, Criss Library and the Creative Production Lab, Military-Connected Resource Center, Center for Afghanistan Studies, School of Communication, Department of Political Science, Counseling and Psychological Services, MK Projects LLC and all our students who volunteered their time to participate in this podcast series.

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