In an news article found at: 1130 City News wrote about that the Canadian Mental Health Association is telling the feds that there could be an “echo pandemic” of mental illness. The article gave a summary about the article, it listed three things.
The CMHA is calling on the federal government for more funding to help people struggling with mental health issues
Association says feds need to help Canadians struggling now, before problem gets worse after COVID-19
If funding doesn’t come through, CMHA fears an ‘echo pandemic’ of mental health after the health crisis ends
I have paid attention to some interviews that the news has picked up from people who are keeping video diaries during this shutdown. They all spoke about the anxiety they are feeling.
Some are expressing how they feel helpless because they cannot be with a family member or a friend during their dying hours.
It is a frightening thing to have feelings of not being in control. Nerves become frayed, tempers flare, depression sets in, all manner of anxieties enters your life. Physical and emotional abuse ticks up in calls to authorities.
Of what I understand here in Canada the government has already planned for four months of restrictions in place. In America people are protesting the stay-at-home orders.
When I was living in Toronto that’s when things went spiraling out of control. My doctor prescribed Prozac, which left me feeling numb. I was a mess, living but not feeling.
When I first started having panic attacks I still can remember how I felt like everything was out of control. This lead to my attempted suicide.
I have no suggestions on how to handle the feeling of being out of control. Circumstances widely vary from person to person, house to house.
So, all that I can do is brace for a long ride into fall!
Boredom, anger, sadness, or fear are not ‘yours,’ not personal. They are conditions of the human mind. They come and go. Nothing that comes and goes is you. Eckhart Tolle Read more atBoredom-Quotes
Around my neighborhood if you were to ask someone how they were doing the reply would be one word, “bored”. I can imagine this would hold true in any neighborhood in any corner of the world.
There is only so many games of cards you can play, reading books is at a standstill because the library is closed, television has become tiresome trying to keep away from the cable tv.
I do not handle boredom that well I become antsy and uptight. I just don’t have any idea left on what I can do around my house. Cooking is at a minimum because eating too much seems to put on the pounds.
My dog Natalie is usually good for a laugh or two. Nice to have sit by me and just cuddle on the couch while I am reading a Kindle edition of a book.
So, the list is too long to count the number of different emotions I have during any twenty-four hour period. I wonder how others are coping with this dreaded thing called “boredom”!
I just need some spice in my life at this moment. Somebody pass the salt!
The Cause Of Panic Attacks Often panic attacks occur for no apparent reason. Their causes are shrouded in mystery. They can strike unexpectedly, suddenly, spontaneously. That said, panic attacks tend to occur when your are under stress. They can also crop up when you are about to face a situation that you are afraid of,…
I chose that quote for it is truly how I feel when writing here in the WordPress community. It could be that this is ingrained in me from my days of being an evangelist and a pastor.
I have written before that if I let myself go I can be pessimistic. Today is one of those days where I just feel ugly on the inside. I have nothing happening that would the reason for that feeling.
I was trying to read some posts of the ones I followed and for the life of me not one thing stood out for me that I could use for today. It wasn’t the writers fault, it was just that I wanted to say, “blah, blah, blah”.
There is so much negative things happening all around us, the main concern for everyone around the world is ‘the corona virus’. There is also so much misinformation, some coming from the higher ups in government, they should know better. Even here in Canada this virus is starting to spread throughout the nation. Fear permeates the air, the news, printed and online.
So, for tonight I pray that tomorrow I will have a great dose of optimism!