The trauma and anxiety of life dominated by COVID-19 feel almost as omnipresent as the statistical reports detailing every twist and turn the virus takes during the pandemic. And despite doing the best we can to control the virus, you may feel exhausted, given up, and lose control of the situation as this microscopic threat looms large and disrupts the whole human life as we witness every day.
But there are ways to REGAIN SOME OF YOUR POWER, and still do what you can to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Psychological control is a consistent theme in the global COVID-19 conversation.
The Psychological Association of the Philippines suggests not fretting over the loss of control as a way to cope with COVID-19-related stress: “focus on what you can control rather than what you cannot control,” it recommends. But that’s easier said than done.
To address these issues a special event is organized at the provincial house regarding handling the novel coronavirus.