It’s OK to not be OK

Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur!
Happy kitty, sleepy kitty, purr purr purr!

My idea of having a good time lately is having healthy cats, bird watching, and walking around checking the surrounding gardens.  Living alone, I can withstand quiet moments. Don’t get me wrong; I am not a hermit.  I see people daily and have incidental warm conversations with strangers to add a pep to our life.

Self-isolation and social distancing is not a big deal since I am an introvert living with mental health issues.  When Covid started, I am well into my second year of self-isolation to stabilize my health.  When the government imposed health rules to manage the transmission, I am more equipped to handle the situation.  I am OK with this.

Lately, more people are having mental health issues due to lockdown, isolation, or keep a small bubble.  My heart goes out to those who are now showing clinical symptoms of mental illness.  I am not OK with this.

Please seek help.

January 28 is the annual Let’s Talk day sponsored by Bell kicks off.

On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Bell donates 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for every applicable text, local or long-distance call, tweet or TikTok video using #BellLetsTalk, every Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube view of the Bell Let’s Talk Day video, and every use of the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. All at no cost to participants beyond what they would normally pay their service provider for online or phone access.

Join us!

The Power of One

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“The amazing thing is that chaotic systems don’t always stay chaotic,” Ben said, leaning on the gate. Sometimes, they spontaneously reorganize themselves into an orderly structure.” ― Connie Willis, Bellwether All it takes is one to start a commotion or chaos on … Continue reading