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The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly triggered a tremendous amount of fear and anxiety. There is panic buying and a lot of misinformation being spread on social media. In order to reduce the spread of this infection, many countries have advised their populations to go into isolation. This has resulted in a huge impact on those who were once busy and occupied, and now have little direction on how to spend their time. Some people are bothered with intrusive negative thoughts, whilst others struggle with boredom and the motivation to get things done. The bottom line is that many people are not necessarily happy.

The purpose of this book is to give you a daily dose of perspective over the next 52 days. These tips will help you to utilize your newfound time in seclusion in a manner that will make you feel more happy, fulfilled and productive. A simple shift in perspective is all you need to utilize this pandemic as a blessing to become the best version of yourself.

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Nice one Boz heat added
Timely find
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Avoid Bonus tip 1 at the back of the book! "Memento Mori"
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HerefordCiderApples02/04/2020 14:58

Avoid Bonus tip 1 at the back of the book! "Memento Mori"


Why? Knowing you and people you can care about can die helps not take relationships and life for granted, encourages gratititude and can make one happier and more fulfilled.

Granted it can be risky if you're very anxious and can't control negative thoughts and dwelling / fixation.

But I'd argue stoicism, and memento mori as well are very useful in general, and with dealing with covid-19 etc.
Like i said in a similar post talk about First World problems
Acting like youre depressed because you must only go out for essentials, youre getting paid for sitting in doors playing games and watching tv and you consider that depressing some how? I thought everyone did that any
people have real problems
Getting bills and wages paid whilst you stay at home is not something to get depressed about
Theres people in war torn and third world countries who would gladly live our lives in isolation

If youre missing out so badly on something none essential, idk what that is, but whatever it is, you have a problem if you can't go a couple weeks without say buying clothing.. Always online, maybe Pub is a netter example, again,.you alcoholics can drink at home or use it to realise you have withdraws without getting drunk and partying every day

Its not like you arent able to see the sun again
Theirs about at least a billion people who have daily lives much worst than "isolation"
Edited by: "Norseg" 2nd Apr
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Was in lockdown, didn’t manage to grab this whilst free. Argh!
Ok missed out, those who manage to read please tell us the main points, thanks if allowed
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