Dear fellow humans,
During the COVID-19 pandemic, I have felt at times sad, lonely and depressed, but overall I think that in many ways the time of isolation has been useful. Being alone teaches you to enjoy your own company, and when you do talk to others online you get to know a different side of them. Also, being alone and without as much to do, it is beneficial because it allows us to find time to look after ourselves.
Please make use of this time and be grateful. The future children of our world will not be presented with this solitary time, but they will learn about it. It is part of this world's history.
Take care of yourself.
I am a highschool student in Oregon, I'm on track to graduate a year early. I do mma and train at an amazing gym. I hope one day to be in the ufc. My experience with the pandemic was off. It felt as if I had no one. The pandemic brought me a lot of bad things and also good things. It was hard and boring. I hated it but there were times when I didn't. To all the people who are having hard times or think the pain won't stop. It will stop one day. You'll find your way out of the darkness soo. I promise you all that, you guys will all find light. I hope everyone gets through this, stay safe everyone.
Hello, I am a high school student in the United States. When the pandemic hit it didn’t seem like a big deal at the time, I remember thinking not much would change from it. I never thought it would be something that has lasted the past 2 years and continues today. After some time I started feeling bored inside and being with my family all the time had its challenges too. It felt like “normal life” had been completely flipped upside down. Doing school online, staying in my house, missing out on seeing friends and family were all new challenges I had never faced. After some time of adjusting and finding new ways to enjoy things I loved while staying safe got me through it and being with my family all the time became something I miss now that I'm back in school and out more. The pandemic hit everyone hard, in different ways, and everyone had their own set of challenges. Finding ways to adapt, starting a new hobby, or spending time on myself, were all great things that came out of the pandemic for me. Taking a hard experience and finding a way to overcome it or change it into something good is something I took away from the pandemic. Going forward finding the good in a bad situation and figuring out what I can do with something hard to make it better is what I learned from this whole experience. So just remember even with hard experiences and change there always is something you can take from it and with time it can get better.
Hey, I’m a 16 y/o high school student. I’m here to tell you about my experiences in this pandemic. And mannn I’d just describe this whole pandemic in one word- crusty loll. These past couple years been tough man. Not just because of lockdown and so much change, but also so much going on in my personal life as well; Just like most of us. The pandemic just makes those things 10x harder to deal with. Having most of my highschool experience taken away from me has been rough too. It’s not fun to be home all the time and just be isolated and unproductive, it can really weigh on you. But I’m here to tell you you’re not alone in this at all, even though It’s been nothing but lonely, so many people can relate to you and me. Over the pandemic, I’ve had a looot of time to self reflect and find some better ways to cope with everything. I realized developing healthy hobbies/coping skills would benefit me in a lot of ways. I’ve gotten really into playing sports and exercise, not only is it good for the body, but also the mind. Lots of days I don't feel like getting up and doing that, but honestly, i've learned that if you Just do it without thinking about it, you wont regret it and you will feel good afterwards. I know it's hard but doing slight productive activities can really bring you out of an unmotivated, depressed mood; and make you feel inspired enough to be productive in other ways too. A little motivation goes a long way, the power is within you to find it, and use it to its full potential! P.S. The activity doesnt have to be exercise, it can be anything from doing your makeup, drawing, listening to music, playing a sport, going for a walk, cooking food, ect. Anything you enjoy!! I hope I helped manifest A positive message into your life as an individual, if you took the time to read this loll. Stay safe, I Love You All! <3<3
I'm 16, I was told that was a milestone when I was younger. I thought I would have a big group of friends and have a big party, and I would laugh carefree. It's too bad I haven't felt like that in years, I remember it fondly. I'm exhausted, why? If only I had the answer. I used to be eccentric, almost whimsical, I remember it vividly. The laughing, the dancing in the street in the rain, the climbing on the roof everytime i got a chance, the getting lost in the woods and laughing as I trip narrowly avoiding a concussion, the painting, the glassblowing, the drawing, the skateboarding, the hobbies, the endless chatter when around anybody in a social enviorment. Spending every countless moment with friends, exploring the wildernest lurking behind our neighborhood. Picnics deep in the trees, sun bathing. The snowstorm sledding and snowball fights, smiling at my bruised legs for weeks afterward. The energy to just do something. It's long gone. I'm supposed to give advice, but what advice can I give if I havent figured anything out yet? I think the meaning of life is to experience, good and bad. The best day of your life, the worst day and everything in between, before, and after. But how can I if I can't even bring myself to experience anything at all?
Be and keep strong and courageous always 👍👍😃☀️
חזק ואמץ ממש תודה רבה לאל ממש
טוב לי ממש
תודה רבה לאל ממש
תודה רבה להקב'ה ממש
Sois et restes fort et courageux 👍👍😃☀️
חזק ואמץ ממש תודה רבה לאל ממש 👍👍😃☀️🙂😊
Be strong and courageous always!
Soyez fort et courageux grandement!
Keep smiling 👍👍☀️🙂😃
My friends, who are vulnerable, no one thinks of them, and still after so many lockdowns, the public acting irresponsible, is saddening, frustrating, and brings on anger.
Why do the British keep doing the same thing over and over again, when are they going to learn?