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As we enter a new week under the Enhanced Community Quarantine due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, many people have become more anxious about their lives, stirring up feelings of fear and paranoia.
Aside from creativity, being optimistic and diverting your energy to other activities are some of the best ways to keep yourself in check on a daily basis. In a statement, Life coach and author of the best selling book #BestMeEver: Of Positivity and Possibilities, Myke Celis clarifies that fear and panic are normal, but you just have to understand its root cause, ” Fear and panic are normal reactions towards something that is uncertain. But you have to understand where they are coming from.” he said.
Celis who has been in the life coaching business for quite some time also shares that Identifying where the fear came from will help the person to better understand how to address the situation “…is it really from the lockdown or is it something else that’s triggering them? By having a full understanding of their fears, they will be able to address them accordingly in a more logical manner.” he added.
With that, Celis shared some activities to help you avoid anxiety and paranoia during this trying time.
Be intentional in searching for good news online.
Learn something new.
Spring cleaning can do wonders for you.
Bond with your family and friends and Make up for lost time.
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