Looking After Your Mental Health During Covid-19 & Managing the Stress of Waiting for an Outbreak
The anticipation of a COVID outbreak happening in your state or region can seriously affect one’s mental health. Having good mental health enables you to feel good and function effectively, providing yourself with opportunities for growth and development.
Thank You Lotterywest and WA Labour Government
Covid has brought with it many things, it is easy to list the negatives that come with a pandemic. For a minute I want to look at some of the positives that (Gosnells Women’s Health Service trading as) WHWS has experienced as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions.
“Infuriated by the Infection” – Anger & COVID-19
We have all ridden the rollercoaster of different emotions related to the Global Pandemic of Coronavirus COVID-19 and the impact it has had on our lives. It has affected each and every one of us in different ways and what initially for many, instilled in us a real sense of fear, seems to have shifted to residual feelings of anger.
The Inbetween of Happy and Sad
The time spent at home isolating during COVID19 has meant my overthinking brain has had plenty of time to do just that, overthink. Overthink about my kids, about relationships and friendships, about money, you name it, I’ve over thought about it.