Unfortunately, self-care/self-isolation isn’t the rule in everyone’s minds. There are many different reasons for that, from pure stupidity and selfishness to a strong desire to continue to financially support one’s family. but, it comes with risks.
And I admit, that when this whole thing started back in January, I was a skeptic. I just couldn’t imagine that the whole world could shutter and lock its doors and borders, fundamentally changing the way we live. I don’t think many of us could.
Life has changed for everyone. Plans for the future are practically non-existent. No-one knows how or when this will end. Everyone is in limbo. And people are starting to realize what the core of their lives boils down to. Can they make it through this crisis without the everyday exterior bombardment of stimuli?
But now that COVID-19 is here to stay for a while, and as we are all hunkered down we have two choices in front of us. 1) to freak out, be anxious and fretful and run through disaster scenarios while watching hours of depressing news, or 2) to remain in control of our own personal environment and look out for opportunities to put positive thought into our being. To connect and share with others using our extra time wisely. Continue Reading…