Oh Demelza, you cannot see what is on someone’s mind.
No one can.
Yesterday, I decided to go LIVE on my personal facebook profile. I was sat in the Puggeroomie van on the way back from Pets Corner and Costa drive thru.
I sat and just waffled into facebook. In a time of Covid, I really miss seeing people, meeting up, going to events, you name it!
Not before long, a few friends joined in with my LIVE conversation. Emojis where then flying across my face and people were commenting. I had opened up about how I feel in this time. We all then had a magical mystery tour of Gosport and I think I agreed to looking after someone’s child dressed as a pug in the near future! I am still laughing!
After my LIVE, I had a lovely phone call. Not knowingly, I had really made someone laugh hard from them feeling quite low.
A little later, I had two emails.
As I said yesterday on my LIVE. If you fancy a natter feel free to phone or email me. I have been thinking if LOCKDOWN continues, I might do a little LIVE Puggeroomie coffee morning with all the pugs? Just an idea.
My number is 07584 829228
Live in light
Looking after your mental health.
Remember it is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry during a crisis.
Maintain a healthy lifestyle as far as you can, including diet, sleep and exercise.
Limit worry by watching or listening to media less.
Don’t smoke, drink or use drugs to deal with your emotions.
Keep connected to people by phone and social media.
Be kind to others and to yourself.
Get the facts to help you determine your risk and protect yourself.
Seek advice you can trust from the NHS and Government.
Use skills you already have used in the past to deal with stress.
Structure your day with things that you can realistically achieve.
Here is a link that has some wonderful tips.
If you want to talk to someone who will listen and help you through any concerns, worries or troubles.