Posted on March 27, 2020 by gifted50 — 14 CommentsCOVID-19 – The Mental Health Perspective | Ayinla Daniel. RN, Rctn. — This Is Care City Mental health hygiene is also as important as hand hygiene in times like this. via COVID-19 – The Mental Health Perspective | Ayinla Daniel. RN, Rctn. — This Is Care City Please feel free to share, like & follow.FacebookEmailPrintLinkedInTwitterPinterestWhatsAppMoreRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigationPrevious post: Confinement …As Time Marches OnNext post: When COVID-19 Hits Home 14 thoughts on “COVID-19 – The Mental Health Perspective | Ayinla Daniel. RN, Rctn. — This Is Care City” Pallavi March 27, 2020 So true! Loading... Reply gifted50 March 27, 2020 I shared this post from Care City, such a timely and necessary post. Loading... Reply Pallavi March 27, 2020 Absolutely! Couldn’t agree more. Loading... Reply Jenny Furse March 27, 2020 I love that quote! I think more and more people are coming to see the importance of mental health through this transition actually. Loading... Reply gifted50 March 27, 2020 This disease is taking a toll on those without a pre-disposition- I can only imagine the already vulnerable, plus isolation, this is not a good time for us…we must fast and pray for God’s stay of hand in all this evil. Loading... Reply Beverley March 29, 2020 I was listening to a China news and they said that hundreds if not thousands of people committed suicide as a result of this disease and isolation. We have to pray for the mental stability of people. May the Lord have mercy on us. Loading... Reply gifted50 March 29, 2020 Today I woke up thinking … boy this is tough, this being indoors … even though we are free to walk around the neighborhood and go out for essentials, but i’s a quick trip and mostly inside. It’s taking a toll on me I can only image persons with a predisposition and those that are alone or lonely. May God help us ALL. Loading... Reply Beverley March 30, 2020 Yes, we have to pray for the stability of the mind especially those people who like to be out door all the time. We will keep praying.🙏 Loading... Reply gifted50 March 30, 2020 Amen Loading... Reply gifted50 March 29, 2020 One of my co-workers is chinese and she tells stories to make your toes curl. Also pictures show “tiny” living spaces for complete families… that alone would drive me up the wall, I cannot live in small spaces, I am tall almost 6 feet and claustrophobic, I cannot have the walls and ceiling on top of me. Loading... Reply Beverley March 30, 2020 I thought about that also. Sometimes ten people living in a one bed room apartment. That is definitely not social distancing. It is rough. Loading... Reply gifted50 March 30, 2020 Yes it is. Loading... Reply bigskybuckeye March 30, 2020 I totally agree! A loved one who deals with mental health issues is facing difficult times in dealing with the impact of the virus. Loading... Reply Ayesha Syeda June 18, 2020 I have started my blog on child mental health. Kindly check out my blog and do help me grow as a blogger by following me. https://knowurchild.wordpress.com/ Loading... Reply Hello and welcome! Thank you for visiting, commenting, liking and/or following along on this adventure.. 🤗 Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.