Why Speak Your Truth?

Healthline 411

This is a forum is to help those who wish to remain 'anonymous' but want to tell their storey because one of the side affects of holding it within blocks the flow of your Body~Mind~& Soul.  Why does it matter?  And how to get back to feeling 'normal' again.  Simply by 'talking' it out & feeling 'heard' will help you shift to a whole new level of understanding yourself better creating 'Peace~Balance~Harmony' within.

This is not a site for professional psychological issues, please use one of the links above or do a google research in your area for professional care.
             Any & all responses must be considered non professional medical advice.

Have you had the COVID-19 & now you feel the 'stigma' 'shame' 'criticism ' 'loss of respect' 'condemnation'  from those who just haven't educated themselves on what this virus 'can or will' possibly do to you long term.

You've had the misfortune of getting this virus & now want to redeem your 'dignity' 'self-honour' 'self-esteem' 'self-confidence' 'self-respect'.

Sometimes just telling your storey & holding nothing back 'anonymously' is an excellent way to find balance within.

We all react differently to any stressful situation.  Planning a wedding may be joyous but still considered stressful.  Planning a funeral is definitely stressful but provides 'closure' to the living.
Illness & diseases are not only difficult/damaging to the Mind & Body but also to the Soul.

If you've ever heard the term 'issues in the tissues' this is the connection from the Mind & Soul directly to the physical Body.  If we ignore what signals our mind/soul is alerting to us we soon becomes sluggish~stuck~and/or physically ill.

Below is a Link from 'Gov Canada' to the following info Direct Quote & More Info

Link to info Direct Quote & More Info
 Link to info Direct Quote & More Info
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How does the coronavirus pandemic affect mental health?

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. The emotional impact of an unusual or urgent situation depends on the person's characteristics and experiences, their social and economic circumstances, and the availability of local resources.

It is normal to feel sad, distressed, worried, confused, scared or angry when experiencing a situation such as COVID-19. However, signs of severe emotional distress, such as persistent insomnia, interpersonal problems, disabling fear, increased use of alcohol or drugs, indicate you should reach out for help.

Reactions during an infectious disease outbreak can include:
Fear and worry about your own health status and that of your loved ones who may have been exposed to COVID-19 or have tested positive.
Changes in sleep or eating patterns
Difficulty sleeping or concentrating
Worsening of chronic health problems" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "