Acknowledging that this outbreak is no one’s control and the fault is the first step in healing. You weren’t the reason this happened and there is nothing you can do to control it. This self-awareness procedure makes it easier for you to put a hold on your severe anxiety and move on. What you can control is the way you will live your day and cope with this pandemic in the least destructive manner. This coping mechanism will be the first choice for any action you would take.
Surrounding yourself with social support eases the pain and completes your inner void. Even if you aren’t able to contact people in person, yet you can use any social platform to gain emotional and social support from the people you love. Fondness and heartfelt love are considered the best soul-curing actions a person would ask for.
During the pandemic, about 4 in 10 adults in the U.S. have reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder, a share that has been largely consistent, up from one in ten adults who reported these symptoms from January to June 2019.
KFF REPORT, Feb 2021
Put yourself and your well-being first and foremost. No one is now able to dissect his care dosage to everyone he knows. You would still want to support who you love when they need and ask for it, yet prioritize your self-care. Do what you love if you can do it from home, watch movies, go on an inner quest to some new hobbies and talents you may haven’t known you had, and pamper yourself. When you feel blue, don’t criticize yourself and be hard on yourself. Be gentle with yourself because you know that you are valuable so act upon it.
The last step comes when everything you’ve done fails. Some people do not have the inner power to face every difficulty with a sincere smile. Seeking professional support is the best and most convenient solution. No, they won’t judge you and no that doesn’t mean you are weak. Your well-being and peace of mind break down all taboos and fake social images. Your healing process would take months but you will reach a point where you are mentally able to cope with anything and any obstacle on the way.
We are always beside you
Covid19 will never be forgotten. This lies back to the traumatic and harsh consequences that hit all people all around the globe. This is a daily reminder to always put yourself first and never be ashamed of whatever gets in your way. Remember that this is not your fault and we are all in this. This is a daily reminder to always put yourself first and never be ashamed of whatever gets in your way. Remember that this is not your fault and we are all in this.