Love in the time of the COVID-19, Many people around the world are craving human connection in this lockdown. Social distancing measures make regular dinner dates and bar meet-ups impossible.

Many people looking for love have flocked to dating apps; there has been in a surge in people joining match.com. And other dating apps.

In a way, you can get to know someone much better over phone calls and texting during this virus lockdown. Below are some tips on dating on lockdown.

  • Facetime- – so you can see each other 
  • WhatsApp – to send messages and pictures 
  • Tinder – join a dating App.

Video calling is a fantastic way to overcome social distancing issues in dating, and you will feel more relaxed in your home talking. While the virus has removed the physical element of dating, thank god for modern technology.

FACE YOUR LONELINESS HEAD ON:

Loneliness during the COVID-19 because of the lack of interaction can leave you feeling depressed and withdrawn. You need to try and get a clear mindset and stay socially active.

If you are living on your own, it can feel crappy, and no one likes feeling lonely, but it’s especially challenging to manage when the length of our isolation is unknown.

Anyone with mental health conditions needs to take self-care and social contact seriously. A lot of therapists have moved their practices online to help people so you can talk to a professional by phone for treatment. If you need to speak to someone urgently call the Samaritans 116 123.

We can improve our mood by focusing on the small things that bring us happiness. Social media is a way to stay updated and connected with friends and family. 

Positivity is a mindset that doesn’t Just come to us when we need it, its something we must practise daily, especially in times like this.

 

FEW TIPS ON KEEPING ACTIVE AND POSITIVE:

  • Exercising to relieve stress and anxiety 
  • Mediation to help you relax before bedtime
  • Try and avoid speculation and look up reputable sources on the outbreak.
  • Eat a good diet

Before going to sleep, try and do something relaxing and uplifting, if you are having anxious thoughts, try and think of something positive.  Remember the internet is a powerful resource, and while the world is on lockdown, there are plenty of ways we can use it.

Miss.Positive 

www.positive-lifestyle.co.uk