Only those who have gone through hardships and have made it through by being patient and rational will understand the meaning of positivity. Today, the whole world is put to the test. Everyone, with no exception, is dealing with the same difficult circumstances.
How to Stay Positive?
- Limit your screen time
- Take advantage of found time
- Practice random acts of kindness
- Catch up with your loved ones
- Think about things you will do next
1- Limit your screen time
Watching the news after every hour to see the number of people being affected is not healthy. Instead, choose a single news source and decide how much limited time you’ll spend with it each day. Then stick to your plan. In these difficult times, it is important to not panic and not to trust anything you need on the internet. We must stay calm and only source authentic things shared on the internet.
2- Take advantage of found time
Read a book, play board games or even learn something new. Watch your favorite series, household chores especially to keep your home disinfected or anything you like. Leisure your time and spend it well.
3- Practice random acts of kindness
It’s the best time for the charity as daily wages workers are unemployed and you can help them by providing rations to their families. A small act of kindness will be a reason they will have proper dinner to eat.
4- Catch up with your loved ones
In these hard times, there is nothing better than being with your loved ones. Why not use this opportunity to be their support.
5- Think about things you will do next
Plan out things you will do after this pandemic is over, where will you travel? Which places do you want to go and eat? We all had so many plans before this pandemic started, so why not make a list of tasks you want to resume after the dust has settled down.
One of the best things which count as positive during this period is the fact that you have the chance to make choices and control your life without wasting energy on undeserving people and things. Optimism in its natural limit is required and essential today. The crisis will not remain forever, and the world will return to how it was before the coronavirus outbreak. However, the real tragedy is if people returned to their old habits, without learning a lesson from this test so that they overcome possible future crises.
In the end, we must remember that this shall pass too!
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