By: Alisa Kravtchin
Crowds of people? Constant chatter? Does the idea of this surrounding you sound annoying? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. A recent study revealed that 36% of people said that they’re not looking forward to the end of the lockdown either. If you’re having these thoughts, you’re probably experiencing post-lockdown anxiety.
Working from home and not being forced to interact with other people sounds very cosy. Having to socialize for the first time, especially in crowded bars, parks, and basically anywhere that isn’t home, is overwhelming and stressful. You have spent a year trying to adjust to this…
Celebrating, supporting, and defending the rights of women is a responsibility every day of the year. The road ahead to achieve equality is still very long. For this reason, International Women’s Day has an important function, and that is to be a reminder of a struggle that cannot cease.
However, it is common to hear the following message in our society:
“Everything has already changed a lot, women already have the same rights as men.”
Are you sure about this? This article will show you reasons why it is so important to celebrate International Women’s Day.
You have been chatting for a while, it seems that the connection goes even beyond online, perhaps you have already met up. Nothing seemed to foresee that this person, just with the snap of the fingers, would disappear from the map, and you would not be able to contact her/him again because she/he has blocked you on all social media platforms.
A whirlwind of whys overwhelms your mind, why does he/she disappear if everything was apparently going well? Did anything happen to him/her? Was it all a lie? Have I done something that could bother him/her? Has he/she suddenly met…
Are you tired of constantly looking for updates on the new regulations against COVID?
Does the “new routine” you have adopted during lockdown overwhelm you?
Have you been feeling hopeless, anxious, and regularly frustrated in the last few months?
If so, perhaps you are experiencing what the World Health Organization (WHO) has called “pandemic fatigue”. This phenomenom refers to the psychological reaction to the prolonged measures and restrictions generated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
During this phase of the pandemic, we have observed generalized exhaustion generated that leads to the neglect of regulatory sanitary measures, fatigue and hopelessness, due to tension…
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