Six Power Affirmations in Crisis

With all the information about the pandemic COVID-19 circulating the globe, we need to pause to express gratitude for all that we have. Here come six power affirmations that might have crossed your mind at some point of time in past days! We have enough. We have been taking for granted our gifts: nature, housing,Read more ⟶

Collective Creativity … Moving Forward Together

Your instinct to all the COVID-19 news is probably telling to you panic right now, maybe even paralyzing you from any action other than watching Netflix and seeing what’s in fridge (on repeat). I know, I’ve been right there with you! Although I needed to give myself time to let it all sink in —Read more ⟶

To the Almost-Graduate Living in the Time of COVID-19

Dear almost-graduate living in the time of COVID-19, I completely understand that it probably feels like your life has been ripped from you right now. I want you to know that you are allowed to feel exactly what you are feeling. I know you are working hard to manage the stress of school and yourRead more ⟶

COVID-19 OUTBREAK — THE PAUSE OF 2020

Hello Everyone, I hope this message finds you in good health and spirits, despite the collective chaos we’re facing. This is a good time to reconnect, and I’m doing just that — writing to say that I’m thinking of you, your family, friends, and loved ones. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, humanity is choosing hope overRead more ⟶

10 Strategies for Managing Anxiety and Stress During COVID-19

COVID19 has currently changed our way of life and brought about a new level of uncertainty for us all. Unfortunately, this uncertainty is a natural breeding ground for anxiety for most people. Humans just don’t like uncertainty. We like to compartmentalize, label and put things in boxes. We like answers. Add on top of thatRead more ⟶

Unthinkable

It was 22nd March, a Sunday, there was a ‘ Janta curfew’ imposed by the Indian Government to curb the spread of Novel Corona Virus in the country. The day began with a pleasant silence , no public transport , no vehicles on the roads, the only sound I could hear was the beating ofRead more ⟶

How to Make Your Social Distancing Productive in the Times of Covid19?

Some things are out of our control regardless of how hard we try to deal with it. But what we can do is to extract positivity in the time of crisis because the global crisis is potent to shut down the world.  If we go back to history, there was the Hong Kong Influenza inRead more ⟶

Virus Manifesto Of A New York City Nurse

Part 1 photo: spark post There are a lot of things happening in the world today. People are afraid of losing the most precious of things, their lives. This makes plenty of sense with the barrage of nightmarish storytelling on television news and social media outlets.  I have had a lot of people come toRead more ⟶

Social Distancing is a Painfully Familiar State for the Bereaved

Photo by Pagie Page on Unsplash Distance. This is a topic coming up right now in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are calling for “social distancing”. But this is a topic that isn’t new to me or to any grieving person. We are all too familiar with the effects of distance. Distance is perhaps the cruelest consequenceRead more ⟶