Mental Health

06/23/20 12:54:pm

When the clock turned to midnight on the 1st of January 2020 as usual I sent messages to friends and family wishing them a very happy new year. Like many other people I was hoping for another fantastic year, being able to meet new people, move house and potentially meet someone, then lockdown began.

After a month in Lockdown I saw an article by the BBC about how people were coping with lockdown and being confined to their houses. There were a couple of people who were finding it particularly tough, one stating that he was an alcoholic and was finding it extremely hard not to drink. At the time I found it easy to judge him, I mean this is a holiday isn’t it? Why would anyone need to find solace in alcohol abuse.

After three months in lockdown I am beginning to understand how someone could turn to alcohol, drugs or worse. I consider myself pretty tough when it comes to mental health mainly because I am curious about what life will be like when all of this dies down and when everything returns to some sort of “normal”. There are words though that I hope I will never have to put into a sentence ever again like “social distancing” and “lockdown” words I have learned to hate.

For more information about lockdown and how it can affect peoples mental health or if you are going through something similar and want to talk to someone click on the link below

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/looking-after-your-mental-health-during-coronavirus-outbreak

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