What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. Inner strength can be interpreted in many ways, but regardless of how we view it, it is directly correlated with our mental health. The pandemic is still challenging us like nothing else ever will. “When will this be over?” We all wonder. We feel exhausted waiting for the pandemic to be over. It’s time to discuss your inner strength and how you can exercise
The impact that coronavirus has had on the everyday aspects of our lives has been tremendous, and completely uncalled for. We were faced with new realities as the world shifted its route and took us on a journey we were all least expecting. Even through these adversities, we remained resilient as a nation, and if anything, it strengthened us and our values, and taught us more than we already knew about ourselves and what mattered to us most.
“Thanks to COVID-19, I’ve Had a Lot of Time With Myself. It Hasn’t Been Easy.” As millions of individuals around the world are dealing with the impact of COVID-19, one of the things that is being affected the most is our mental health. At the beginning of the lockdown, maybe, we didn’t feel it so much. But after sitting in quarantine for over 45 days, we certainly do. The lockdowns affected our families and our health, our jobs, and finances.