We are in the covid-19 quarantine area and would like to share with you our experiences to take care of ourselves.

Things to know about taking care of yourself in the facility Isolation

22/09/2020

Hello everyone, we are the quartet of green hearts!

DURING THE TIME I WAS IN THE FACILITY, I FELT IT OFTEN

  • Worry about interrupting their studies, their health status;
  • Fear and concern for those we have come into contact with are infected.
  • Feeling guilty;
  • Sadness, disappointment, sadness, anger, agitation, body aches;
  • Angry or anxious about losing freedom or wanting to blame someone;
  • Get restless and scared to imagine what might happen to you
  • Loneliness and isolation due to little interaction with others;
  • Easy to cry

 

WE SHOULD BE CONCERNED

  • These are normal reactions and can happen to anyone staying in an isolated area for a long time and pausing from normal activities and not seeing friends. But that’s okay, we can completely get over it.
  • When we feel sad and lonely. Remember, we are not alone.
  • This is only temporary and we can take care of ourselves to get through this difficult time soon!

 

HERE ARE SOME TÍP TO HELP YOU TAKE BETTER CARE OF YOURSELF

 

  • The most important thing for us now is to follow the orders and instructions of the isolationist doctors, medical staff, administrators and regulations;
  • Always smile;
  • Focus and think clearly about something;
  • Do fun exercises regularly;
  • Find something interesting, funny;
  • Stay in touch with friends through frequently used messaging apps or social networking sites;
  • Disclose and share with people you trust;
  • Cares for and encourages other friends who are feeling lonely;
  • Take online classes and complete assignments;
  • Expressing their thoughts and feelings in many forms (journal writing, drawing pictures, composing music, making short films …);
  • Keep the body clean and healthy;
  • Practice stretching exercises before going to bed;
  • Go to bed earlier than usual.

 

WE SHOULD REMEMBER: 

Do not disclose private life information

on social networks.

IF I STILL FEELING TOUCH AND / OR

FEELING OVER LOADED, ASKED FOR HELP

  • Call a parent, grandparent or an adult that I trust;

IF YOU FEEL ABROADING TOGETHER OR MEET GENDER VIOLENCE, ASK FOR SUPPORT:

  • Call Child Protection National Call Center 111 (operating continuously 24/7)
    Call the Center for Women and Development Hotline:
    0946,833,380 / 0946,833,382 / 0946,833,384
  • All my personal and private information will be kept confidential by the above services.
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