Locking will certainly make many people nervous, but we have to hold on there for the benefit of the community, says Sucheta  With 197 million people, who suffer from mental health problems and suicide every 17 seconds, India today has a third of the world's cases of depression, addiction and suicide. Despite the amazing numbers, there is a 95 percent treatment gap due to lack of access, awareness and affordability, as well as the different quality of mental health providers. The time we live in today adds layers of insecurity and emotional stress at the population level, the kind of people who are not yet anywhere in the world. With all the COVID-1
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Sucheta explains how gripping and discouraging this lock is for them, too. If, like me, you become anxious during this shutdown and click the "Refresh" button repeatedly to see if there are new cases or which city will shutdown next, then I feel you. I think it's more important to understand how you feel a little lighter when all the news is around us all the time. In addition, being bombarded by every post can be overwhelming to be productive.
What to do?
I found a way out by finding little things that gave me stability. As easy as making my bed in the morning or just finishing one page of my book. At least at the end of the day, I know I've done one thing right. And it makes the next day better. Stay tuned guys. At times like this, when I don't think much about the situation, I love to sweat it out by dancing. Recently an old song, & # 39; Mahi Ve & # 39; got used to me and I thought about dancing on it. Not Zumba, not for weight loss, just for general happiness and to get rid of the blues we all feel.
Also, this is the time when I came across a few things about motherhood that make me laugh and smile. Now that I'm around the baby at home all the time, I've come across three very fun things about motherhood and a baby in the house. Read below and I am sure you will have a hearty laugh about it:
- 1) My life has become a slow motion film. When the baby is asleep and even the slightest sound can wake it up, the husband and I actually walk like cats, put our plates in slow motion, and not just to let the baby sleep so we can do our jobs.
- 2) Belching the baby is an art that I have to say. Something I thought would come out naturally, but that's certainly not the case with babies. I have to say it is the greatest achievement of my life.
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- 3) Celebrate the potty-time as we only wipe His tiny butts with towels that see the baby droppings are excellent to know that everything is fine with the baby.
(Input from Sucheta's Instagram account)
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