6 Easy Ways to Stay Positive (during the quarantine)

Diana from the Valley

It’s a stressful time in history. The strain of spending time in quarantine can take a serious mental toll on you, leaving you feeling like you have no control over the situation.

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Feeling cut off from the rest of the world can leave you feeling anxious, especially when you are used to leaving your home to go to work or run the odd errand. Time can move slower indefinitely as depression symptoms, emotional exhaustion, irritability, fear, confusion, anger and sadness all set in. Extroverts, for example, might find it more difficult spending most of their time indoors. As a result, they can experience loneliness on a greater scale due to needing more interaction with others. For them, talking on the phone or chatting with an online community may be the right place to fulfil those need to connect. On the other side of the spectrum, introverts may enjoy…

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