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With many of us feeling the effects of lockdown on our mental health, it's important to talk about how we're feeling. This can seem scary, but Rachel, 18, shares some tips that can really help.
In lockdown, we're all spending a lot of time in front of screens, but it can be good for our mental health to have a break sometimes. Grace, 14, shares some activities you can try.
With so much pressure to spend lockdown productively, it can be hard to relax fully. But Eve, 20, explains why you're not "wasting time" in this pandemic, and why it's okay to take time out.
With restrictions on seeing people, it's only natural for us to feel lonely in lockdown sometimes. Will, 25, shares three tips that have helped him to cope.
It can be hard to find motivation in lockdown, whether that be to study, work or anything else. Mary, 19, shares three tips that have helped her stay motivated at uni.
"In a difficult time like this, it can be easy to lose track of how we’re coping and feel disconnected from our own feelings." Elise, 23, shares her tips for checking in with yourself during the pandemic.
Georgie, 17, shares how she turned to social media when she was feeling lonely during lockdown, and how talking to new people about a shared passion helped her feel less alone.
It's only natural for lockdown restrictions to take a toll on our mental health. We asked seven of our Activists how they're coping and what tips they have for managing. Here's what they said.