A positive heartwarming post from M J Mallon and I agree; limit your social media and don’t be dragged down.
It’s a challenging time for everyone. So self care for family/flatmate/friends whatever grouping you find yourself in, is crucially important. Support each other, perhaps elect one person (or one might naturally be inclined to do so without prompting) to be the cheerful buddy to keep spirits up. If you are living alone connect to your friends, family and wider family via social networks particularly visual ones with face to face experiences such as Skype. You can still elect a buddy but a virtual one!
Top 10 apps like Skype: https://www.techlazy.com/apps-like-skype/
Limit your use of social media – keep informed but avoid too much scrutiny of sad reports which come up on your feed. Instead, focus on the positive, the humour, the real life stories of kindness and positivity you find.
For example there is this lovely Facebook group to share your children’s and your…
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