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It’s now day 3 of the lockdown in the UK. Many of us will be wondering how on earth people in spain Italy or China have been coping since being in locked away in their houses for so long? Well obviously it’s crucial we all follow the measures for the health and safety for both ourselves and others.
Who hasn’t felt anxiety, dread, stress, upset, anger and perhaps even depression within these challenging times? Every day we wake up to the news of how COVID-19 is spreading itself narcissistically around the globe and impacting many lives via social media channels, TV, radio or when we talk online to friends or family.
The thought of actually having a difficult conversation with someone is enough to make anyone run for the hills! And why wouldn’t it? The fear of hurting our own or someone else’s feelings, disturbing our own peace of mind and causing friction and conflict is not something which most people generally relish.
However, although some heated situations may end up fizzling out, it’s also true that a lot of unfinished thoughts, feelings, situations and emotions can be repressed and held within each of us to the point that we either reach a fiery boiling point or we end up feeling triggered, shaken up and eventually these repressed feelings become displaced, leak into other random situations and may even be projected onto other people.
Feeling in limbo? How to gain clarity, make decisions and feel more confident when facing the unknown.
Is it just me or does the world feel more in limbo these days? The UK certainly has its fair share of uncertainty about Brexit and how this will or wont affect businesses, personal circumstances, trade, culture, politics and wellbeing.
However what happens when you can’t jump on a plane, train or automobile and you need to see things through?