anxiety

Relationship challenges during Lockdown 7: keeping up the community spirit.

We have individually and collectively experienced a range of emotions related to the extreme changes as a result of Covid-19. It was challenging adapting to the daily new changes to our everyday life. We were scared and worried, confused and overwhelmed but we were in it together and we still are. The most beautiful thing …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 13: Stronger together.

As the lockdown is beginning to ease in many areas across the world and we are preparing to go back in the world, there is so much we can take from the past few months that have shaped us a certain way. There are still measures that need to take place and things won’t be …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 12: Embrace The Power of Smiling!

The last few weeks and months have no doubt been challenging for all of us in different ways. It hasn’t been easy to be our usual positive selves, we have all had to adjust to a new “normal” whatever that may be. We have had good productive weeks with a schedule, learning new things, enjoying …

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Dealing with Anxiety & Isolation 8: Emotions might creep up on you but you’re still in control

Anxiety can come in waves, emotions can be triggered unexpectantly and sometimes we can feel overwhelmed and confused by what we are feeling. Sometimes an emotion suddenly overtakes us and sits with us until we takes control and work through it. In all circumstances, however overpowered you feel it is important to remind yourself as …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 7: Identify and address your triggers

Being in lockdown for over two months has resulted in a roller coaster of emotions. And many of them don’t make any sense. Sometimes we can find peace with the long day ahead of us and other times it can seem daunting. Sometimes we can delve into full on baking, reading, knitting or making our …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 6: Technology, best friend or worst enemy?

During a time filled with so much uncertainty, no clear answers or deadlines and ever changing advice, it can be so easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and worried. Technology has been a great way to stay in touch with loved ones through video calls and messages. Our phones and laptops and all the amazing apps …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 5: The challenges of children and homeschooling.

What we know for certain about schools reopening is that we really do not know much at all. There have been talks and plans about reopening schools for some years but until that time comes and the situation is reassessed we’re not sure about what is going to happen. What we do know is that …

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Dealing with anxiety and isolation 4: Confusion and uncertainty. The emotional rollercoaster.

I am sure, like many, your emotions are a bit all over the place. You are trying to do the right thing, whatever that may be. Trying to stay safe and keeping your loved ones safe during lockdown without feeling overwhelmed can be challenging especially when we are presented with confusing new rules rather than …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 3: The challenges of working from home.

Hope you all and your loved ones are safe and well. The days are getting longer and brighter so lets all hope for the better in the days to come. We are in to day 12638*#@8745 of the lockdown and although we are aware of the fact that the lockdown will be over there is …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 2: Create and maintain a routine that can make your day better.

Many of us thrive in a routine. It brings us comfort and stability knowing what needs to get done and what is coming next in our weekly plans. Routines cater to our individualistic needs and we create them to specifically work for us and our households. For those of us who like the consistency a …

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