Socialization during isolation

Everyone experiences anxiety in some form, during this time as we are all in our homes, some may experience higher levels of anxiety, possible depression sadly to say even suicidal thoughts. Socialization is part of our nature we were all created to be social creatures so to speak. With this social isolation makes it difficult to socialize as we know it as we are use to.  The expression goes, if life throws you lemons make lemonade. Now is the time to be creative in the way we socialize with each other. Socialization is so very important weather we talk to each other by phone, text, face time, social media we must stay in touch with those we love with our family and friends. I can’t emphasize enough to stay connected and as we do our anxiety with decrease, our depression will be less and as we stay in touch with our family, friends, support system I would like to say suicidal thoughts will die. This pandemic will come to an end and this to shall pass. Stay safe most of all stay in contact with each other. 🙂

Author: My cerebral palsy life

I became a writer in 2010, then I pursued an education in health care administration. Working to get a medical coding certificate to add to my professional titles. I and my husband have 2 adult children, 2 dogs. I was a single mother of two for 18 years. I have personal experience in health care as a cna, mental health and raising children with developmental disabilities. I am an advocate for the disabled as I was born with cerebral palsy and have learned to overcome challenges in life. My motto is life lessons are to be teachable, to educate, share our skills and learn to understand others that we encounter on life's journey.

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