I came across this blog post from Sophie from Navigate and I feel it is appropriate to share this with you. Sophie is sharing some mental health resources on coping with COVID-19 and also where to get help from if needed.
I have never shared other people’s blog post before, but if there are people in the blogging and social media community that this might be of help to, then it is absolutely worth sharing!
This post isn’t exactly travel related, but I felt it was important to share nonetheless. As many of you will be aware, the United Kingdom is officially on lockdown as of last night.
With everyone panicking over staying physically healthy, I wanted to remind everyone to take a second and check up on their mental health too. The idea of being cooped up inside for the next three weeks can be very scary, it’s okay to admit that. Not to mention the fear, uncertainty and anxiety the media tends to fill us with every day.
As such, I wanted to share a short post containing some resources about dealing with the effects of the virus and lockdowns on your mental health. Also in this post are helplines should you need immediate mental health support.
Lockdown & social distancing mental health advice
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