Stress|| Every Mind Matters

Are you ok?

At presents, there is a race of competition increases in youth for selection in competitive exams, gaining in percentage on board exams, got a job for earning money that creates stress especially in youth. Tension increases in marriage life, making a career, boy friend girlfriend relationship, and responsibility of how to manage family is also […]

What is Stress, Types, Symptoms, Causes of Stress

Chronic illness: Pandemic stress

So true!

Brainless Blogger

There are risk factors to being chronically ill in a high-stress environment and being isolated during the pandemic life. COVID19 brings with it unique external stressors we may have a difficult time adjusting to like we do other stressors.

Chronic illness: Pandemic stress PIN

Mental illness

Anxiety:

Even before COVID-19 hit its shores, the U.S. was a clinically anxious place.According to the National Institute of Mental Health, just over 19% of all American adults will experience at least one anxiety disorder over any 12-month period. The fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, the mental-health professionals’ bible,lists a dozen different anxiety and related conditions. Not all are likely to be especially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but a number are, especially obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, acute stress disorder and separation anxiety disorder. Given that many around the world are being told by public health and political officials not…

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Pandemic life vs. Disability life for me

Click here to read on to see how other people are coping and pick up some tips to support your journey along the way.

Brainless Blogger

I thought I would post the comparison between the normal person’s Pandemic Life vs. My Disabled Life… currently. Because there are similarities and differences.

Pandemic life vs. disability life for me

Samesies

The same with a normal person’s experience with COVID-19 and having to stay at home with the stress, anxiety and rapid changes in their lives

How my experience being disabled is similar to the Pandemic Life

  1. I have lost my job to being disabled, So Many have been laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I remember what that felt like. And I remember all the emotions and fear and anxiety that comes with that.
  2. I went on disability and many are going on the Canadian EI package (Canada Emergency Response Benefit) to supply income… and both of us are aware of income instability. This doesn’t match our actual income (Mine more so, obviously, since it is less than 2000 a month)- This…

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What to Plant in October to Fill Your Garden with Colour Next Spring

Fall is here. Summer has blown by and deposited us in a pile of swirling fall leaves. Not that I’m complaining over here, because I love sweater weather. The second I saw I leaf fall in my backyard, I started dragging out my scarves, boots, and Halloween decorations. The chilly month of October is a […]

What to Plant in October to Fill Your Garden with Color Next Spring

World Hunger 💙

This is a global problem, what are they and what can you do to help?

Causes of hunger are; war & conflict, climate change, food waste, poor water & sanitation, gender inequality, government systems, natural disasters, etc….

If we are going to fight world hunger then one solution that needs to be re-evaluated is Social Change in a time of Covid-19 because it’s now reaching countries most vulnerable to the health and well-being.

This is a global problem and to end world hunger by 2030 ‘The Borgen Project’ has identified these ten sustainable solutions to inspire people and communities to think differently, bring positive changes, eliminate suffering in the world and save lives.

Click here to read ’10 Ways to Stop World Hunger’ which covers all aspects of supporting this 2020 Health Initiative.

The first essential component of social justice is adequate food for all mankind. Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world.” – Norman Borlaug, biologist and humanitarian.