“I was able to see family for the first time and I also got word that I was able to return to work.”
Increase in Feelings of Sadness and Emptiness in Young Children Due to #Covid19 Social Isolation
“This study reports what many paediatricians have observed–while children rarely become ill with COVID-19, they have been significantly affected by the measures taken to reduce transmission of the virus.”Dr Karen Street.
“Social media has the potential to shape the effects on our day-to-day happiness.”
“One issue is social comparison. Participants in Wirtz’s study said the more they compared themselves to others while using social media, the less happy they felt.”
Inspiring Communities: Qaujigiartit
Traditional Inuit knowledge and values are at the core of the work of Qaujigiartit. Children, families and communities are at the heart of what they do – ‘being heart centred’.
Mental Wellbeing & Resilience Training in Orkney
Shetland only part of Scotland with no new positive #covid cases today
And if you are anxious please remember there is help and support at https://clearyourhead.scot/
Being There For Others In Challenging Times
As well as looking out for each other and keeping in touch with friends and family, this includes keeping to a routine, staying active, taking a break, making time to do something you enjoy, and asking for help if you need it.
Managing Stress: Coping Tips
Tips to help you avoid unnecessary stress and deal with existing stress in a healthy way.
It’s Never Too Late
” if a person has unresolved issues with someone, or with an event. Sometimes they bury the uncomfortable feelings, then, possibly years later, these feelings re-surface”
Keeping Active – Be Kind To Yourself
Making time to get active and do one thing, however big or small, can help people feel calmer and boost mood.