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Help to manage behaviours and moods at home

After so long in lockdown, we all know that everyone reacts differently to being in isolation, but being in such close proximity with others for such a long time, often without a break or time to yourself, can cause stress and difficult moods to rise to the surface.

By maintaining your mental wellbeing whilst staying at home, inflammatory situations can be reduced.

Every Mind Matters has put together ’10 tips to help you if you are worried about Coronavirus’ which can help you if you’re feeling anxious, stressed, worried, sad, bored, lonely, or frustrated.

They make it clear that “there are some simple things you can do to help you take care of your mental health and wellbeing during times of uncertainty. Doing so will help you think clearly, and make sure you are able to look after yourself and those you care about.”

If you do know of someone who is living in a domestic situation where things are getting out of control, it’s important they know that there is still help available, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Citizens Advice have really useful advice for anyone experiencing domestic violence here, with additional information about how to get help and support during the pandemic.

Remember, you are not alone, we are here for you too. Call us on 01257 472 900 or email info@my-life.org.uk.

Help to manage behaviours and moods at home

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