For a lot of people, moving out of their parents’ homes, whether it’s a coming of age decision or for transitions such as college, is a welcome change.
Grief doesn’t have a particular face or form. It affects us in different ways, showing up sometimes like a two-headed monster, or a silent and all-consuming sadness, or as an angry and bitter soul. It’s hard to recognize and identity and sometimes catches us unawares.
The coronavirus has got a lot of us locked in self-isolation as a protective measure against the spread. Unfortunately, self isolation and the accompanying lack of social interaction has got many of us feeling lonely in this challenging time
It’s difficult to live with and manage, having the ability to hinder your quality of life, sense of self and independence. It also has very real physical side-effects, and implications, often manifesting as fatigue, aches, and lowered immunity.
When it comes to dealing with a life altering event, such as a divorce, it can become very challenging to manage your emotions in a healthy manner.
Sex is a three-letter word that everyone has a different reaction to. Some people love the thought of it no matter what the time or place; others are repulsed by it for various reasons. More people still are indifferent; some aren’t getting enough while others have no idea about it beyond the basics, treating it as an act of procreation.
One of the major precautions taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is to limit large gatherings of people. Hence, several companies have taken steps to have their employees work from home.
Everyone feels jealous from time to time. It is a perfectly normal human emotion. If you’re in an intimate relationship with someone, feelings of jealousy are almost inevitable, especially if you feel very strongly about your significant other. That said, jealously can become problematic if it becomes more intense and frequent; if you let it overwhelm and overpower you. It will negatively affect your wellbeing and the health of your relationship.
The trauma you experience can have a profound impact on your life. Almost 70 percent of American adults claim they’ve experienced at least one traumatic event in their lives. Take a moment to think about it—that’s over 200 million people who are constantly navigating their lives through the lens of their traumatic past.
The coronavirus pandemic has got a lot of us locked in our homes and rightfully so. Self-isolation and social distancing are some of the primary protective measures required to stop the transmission of the virus and flatten the curve. Unfortunately, self-isolation and the accompanying lack of social interaction has got many of us feeling lonely in this challenging time.