A crisis can take many forms, one unusual aspect of the Coronavirus Pandemic response is its longevity. As is common with crisis it is often met with a period of confusion, discomfort, and high-risk emotions. However, systems then adapt by accessing resources and support and become better equipped to cope with the next complex event. Unique to this unprecedented global crisis again is the sheer size, scope, and need for a profound response. We simply have yet to be able to reorganize and recover. Let’s explore strategies we can employ to care for ourselves in these unusual times as well as care for those around us.