I go through episodes of wanting to cry, and the more stress I am in makes the urge to breakdown worse. It seems like life is nothing but an eddy of despair.
3. Capitalism and loneliness
It's been around six weeks since I have been in isolation. Six weeks since most of my work moved to being from home, and some of it stopped happening at all. For the first couple of weeks, I really benefitted from a routine close to what my work hours usually are, busying myself with different tasks. However, as time has passed, I am finding it more and more difficult to keep this up. Gradually my motivation has depleted. I don't have the same drive internally and I don't feel as though what I'm doing is 'good enough.' This is why I am confronting how my need for productivity might not be as helpful as I thought it was.
Everyone wants to be a productive member of society. Sometimes, however, in the rush to be all you can be, you can get lost in a sea of external expectations and to-do lists. You may feel like you are falling behind and are afraid you'll never catch up to the business owners in your field who are rising to the top. Taking good care of yourself is the key to being able to take control of your life. Here are five things you can do to gain confidence and calm your fears.
It’s no secret that lots of people are suffering in many different ways during the COVID-19 pandemic. Financial difficulties, joblessness, lack of physical activity, isolation, stress, and worry are just some of the factors contributing to depression, anxiety, and other common mental health challenges. Additionally, many of those with serious mental illnesses no longer have in-person access to the care they need.
At the moment, many people around the world are stuck inside due to COVID-19 and the self-isolation rules. Even though it is great that we are looking after our physical health by self-isolating, we need to make sure to look after our mental health and as an individual who suffers from mental health issues, such as Depression, Anxiety and Aspergers Syndrome, I, myself have had to find ways to keep myself mentally well and stable during these times. So I thought, what better way to pass time then share some information and knowledge on how I keep myself mentally well inside for those who may need a helping hand! So I hope this helps some one who is reading this.
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