The coronavirus is an overwhelming crisis, which none of us saw coming. It has affected each and every one of our lives, and we are all feeling anxious for the safety of our loved ones and those who are vulnerable around the globe.
When faced with a challenge or a problem, spend 5% of your time discussing the problem, 95% of your time finding innovative and creative solutions. Remember “The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude to the problem”.
Many people often ask, “How do I know when to help?” Some signs that a friend or family member may have a mental illness and could need your help are:
COVID-19 has brought unprecedented measures to many people around the world, including massive loss of life, quarantined cities, lockdowns, loss of jobs and livelihoods, and heavy mental stress about the state of the world today. It can be difficult to maintain a sense of normalcy in life while in isolation, especially when the days and weeks seem to blend into one.