COVID-19

Hold on to Yourself in a Time of Conformity and Gloom

Hold on to Yourself in a Time of Conformity and Gloom

Depression rose to the highest levels during the lockdowns as fear and sadness – exacerbated by social isolation – gripped the world. Depression in the US rose by 300 per cent, leading to an increase in suicides and drug overdoses. The mental health epidemic brought about by the lockdowns is every bit as serious as […]

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Protecting the Planet after COVID-19

Protecting the Planet after COVID-19

During the COVID-19 epidemic, which has taken the lives of millions around the world, we were all in lockdown. This was extremely hard, resulting in the UK economy decreasing by 20% and loss of liberty. The price of an oil barrel went down to zero and the global markets were all down. America had the […]

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Why We Rewatch Shows and Listen to Old Favourite Hits This Pandemic

Why We Rewatch Shows and Listen to Old Favourite Hits This Pandemic

Though towns and cities are starting to reopen, many people continue to stay home. After all, keeping physical contact with other people to a minimum is still the best way to protect yourself from the COVID-19 pandemic. Staying indoors, people go online for everything they need-from buying and shipping products to seeking entertainment. People binge-watch […]

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How Can You Look After Elderly Relatives In Lockdown?

How Can You Look After Elderly Relatives In Lockdown?

As the world enters another week of lockdown conditions in response to the global Covid-19 pandemic, the fuller implications of so much time out of our normal daily routines are beginning to show. There is a lot of interest on the impact of the situation on our personal relationships –  within marriages and partnerships, with […]

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