Going to give blood is essential travel during lockdown, a very important one. I went a week ago to the @givebloodnhs centre in London Borough of Hillingdon to give a pint of blood. My 9th donation to date.
I have definitely struggled with travelling this year. But I’ve come up with a plan as to how I plan to tackle this issue and get back to travelling more! & I hope it helps…..it can be very difficult to handle when you’ve experienced trauma, stress, confusion & memory.
Here is a simple diagram of areas we need to only lockdown; London and the World’s Cities and save us some money.
And if you’re short on time click here to watch this video explaining the mechanic metaphor of circuit breakers.
This article is filled with hard-work, excitement, creative thinking, mindset, initiative, resilience & teamwork.
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 […]
The aim of this article is to describe the experience and the long-term conditions of chronic illness. Many sufferers with chronic illness, including many children, often have trouble explaining the level of pain they are in.
Some of the challenges they face are: burn out easily, neglect own bodies, skip lunch, frustrated, fatigue, working too many roles, bored, workload, overwhelmed, pressure, anxiety, depression, fear etc..
Read more below or click the image to learn more.
Why chronic illness is a global health issue and the responsibility is not equally shared, there is a lack of communication, relationship conflicts and every person would be more self directed if outside influence stops.
This learning platform can help us to better understand the importance of why a positive attitude and a flexible mindset are key to the success in the recovery from a disabling chronic illness. Understanding empathy is the first step, but also we can contribute to the quality of a sufferer’s mental health and mental illness by listening more, hearing other points of view and learning the key statistics and facts of chronic illness and chronic pain.
It’s often necessary to gain needed accommodations at work or at home, proper medical care, support, and understanding. It can often feel isolating at times. If you need to talk confidentially you can call Samaritans on 116 123 at any time.
“The key is in not spending time, but in investing it.” – Stephen R. Covey
What are your thoughts on this article? Did you listen with empathy?
“People who don’t see you every day have a hard time understanding how on some days–good days–you can run three miles, but can barely walk across the parking lot on other days,’ [my mom] said quietly.”
I have created a link to the Invisible Illness board to share important pins because it can happen to you….We are all in this together♡
“Empathy is important because it helps us understand how others are feeling so we can respond appropriately to the situation and to connect” by Stephen Khan
“You don’t have to struggle in silence. You can be un-silent. You can live well with a mental health condition, as long as you open up to somebody about it, because it’s really important you share your experience with people so that you can get the help that you need.” — Demi Lovato
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.
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
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.
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…