The Covid-19 pandemic is like nothing that any of us have experienced before. It has left us with a lot of uncertainty and instability in its wake. The emotional reaction that has resulted from the pandemic and the circuit breaker measures, is a normal one to an extraordinary situation.
In these uncertain times, criminals have been using the COVID-19 outbreak to scam members of the public, particularly the most vulnerable.
Resilience is defined as bouncing back from adversity or change. Some people are naturally more resilient than others, but the good news is that everyone can learn to increase their level of resilience.
We know that relocation happens on a huge scale in the world. In 2015, 3.3 per cent of the world’s population lived outside their country of origin, which equates to 244 million people.
We’re living in an unprecedented time with the COVID-19 pandemic, where we’re required to practice safe distancing or even to self-isolate at home. While it makes sense to ensure we stay at home as much as possible to slow the spread of this virus, self-isolation inevitably comes with its own challenges.