What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
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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.
After the rush of the holidays, January can feel difficult at the best of times. But with a new lockdown due to Covid-19, this year it may feel particularly difficult. Nia, 22, shares how she's coping.
Sudipta, 16, shares how volunteering in her community has helped her mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic.
However you're feeling about the holiday period this year is valid. Two of our bloggers share their tips for coping with Christmas during the pandemic.
When Tara, 18, was struggling with anxiety and low mood at the start of lockdown, her doctor suggested she try taking the antidepressant sertraline. Here she shares her experience.