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Coming out of lockdown is going to be psychologically challenging for many people. Even those who can’t wait to restart normal life might be surprised by some feelings of anxiety as the new normal starts to change.
This last year has stolen our control away in so many of those areas so we have not always been able to even decide when we leave the house. So how DO we manage when things are going on that are outside of our control?
I have had quite a few requests recently for information on panic attacks from younger Christian people so I thought I should have a go at explaining things and putting them in a bit of context - so here goes.
Is there a more optimistic message about the way pandemic has shaped our children than the ones we may have heard?
Paul speaks to his friend Kelly about going back to work and how Permitted Work can help
A year after the first lockdown, has apathy kicked in, and have we lost the ability to empathise and show kindness to each other at a time of great challenge and vulnerability?
For the majority of people this pandemic year has made us aware of our personal vulnerability in a new, stark, sometimes even brutal way.
It strikes us how much of the last year has simply been unsettling; that the ground beneath us has become fractured and unfamiliar.