The impact of the current pandemic diseases on our life

mahihadish
Posted May 2, 2020 from Ethiopia

This lock down is extra harsh on your mental health when you are over thinker who constantly needs distraction to not listen to your self because most of us are lazy and afraid to use our ultimate capacity  . i think for me even this pandemic diseases is the worst of all time lets not forget the positive thing because i believe in every bad thing there is positive thing it is just most of us does not want to see that, on serious note the thing at this point life is teaching me right now is that i can really do this shit all by myself . a lot of us have ideas but only few who decide to do something and to speak up especially when you are women , as being a women is for me a blessing because despite the hell  we experiences in this world we don't give up so let not be this lock down take control our emotional instead lets  try to be a better person by listening to our self what we need in our lives because  if we are not strong enough to stand up for  our self we can not speak up for others women who need our voice.

thank you ! Mahlet Hadish

This story was submitted in response to Dispatches from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Chi8629
May 02
May 02

Hello Beautiful,
Welcome to worldpluse.
Thank you for sharing.
We love you so much
Looking forward to more posts from you .Thank you .

mahihadish
May 03
May 03

Thank you very much I'm glad that I join worldpulse I look forward too share my ideas too
Cheers

Chi8629
May 03
May 03

You are welcome Georgeous. We love you.

Paulina Nayra
May 03
May 03

Dear Mahlet,
How are you? Hope you and your family are well and safe. I agree with you that this pandemic has also a positive effect in our lives. It is up to us to make use of the lockdown wisely. Some have learned a new skill, some practiced their hobby, some found time to do their house project, some get to exercise and meditate. Others help respond by donating time, money and effort. And listening to ourselves in a positive way will make us a better person.
Huggs.

mahihadish
May 04
May 04

Deae Pauline,
Thanks for the encouraging comment I'm happy to see there are people who can share my ideas with me .

Tamarack Verrall
May 03
May 03

Hi Mahihadish,
Thanks for your reminder that this is a time in which we need to find new ways to strengthen ourselves, meeting this crisis for the new stresses it is causing us, and because, yes, "if we are not strong enough to stand up for our self we can not speak up for others".
At least we have each other here, to learn from, to plan with, to share the ideas that come from this new reality. I love knowing you are an over thinker challenging yourself to capacity.
In sisterhood,
Tam

mahihadish
May 04
May 04

Dear tamarack here all,
I love knowing that too there are sisterhood here who motivate me to speak up and do our parts
Thanks

Metiege Noel Eve
May 03
May 03

Thanks for sharing we have always been thought to look at the brighter side of every situation. Sister TOSIN will always turn thrash into treasure as so we all need to use this period to harness our positive energy into re deifining our purpose in life and become a better version of ourselves

mahihadish
May 04
May 04

Dear metiege Noel eve,
Thanks for the encouraging comment and for the understanding of my idea

Hello, Mahihadish,

Welcome to World Pulse! What a joy that a new voice from Ethiopia is rising up!

This lockdown triggers anxiety and depression to many people including me. It truly important to take care of our mental health during this pandemic. Psychologists say it’s quite normal to feel stressed, anxious, and even depressed during this uncertain season. We need to be intentional in practicing care and empathy.

We’re looking forward to reading more from you. Please keep on writing.

mahihadish
May 04
May 04

Dear Karen ,
I'm happy to join this amazing too and yes I couldn't agree more
I look forward to post more too thanks

Thelma obani 2020
May 06
May 06

Please let us make use of the lockdown. I have learnt alot and I urge us to do so.

Anita Shrestha
May 07
May 07

Thank you for sharing