Isang malalim na pag-hinga para sa mga drawing na hindi na nakulayan at makukulayan because of this coronavirus pandemic.

The future remains to be a big question mark for all and nakaka-stress isipin kung may pag-asa pa bang magka-love life ka kung nasa bahay ka lang?

Chos! Pinapa-smile ka lang.

Pero nakakapagod na ‘no?

It’s exhausting to be constantly worrying about the “what ifs” and to not have control over your life tulad nang dati.

‘Wag mo isiping mag-isa ka, Breaker. May explanation why you are feeling this way.

“Psychologists say uncertainty is unsettling because human nature demands predictability. People count on it in daily life, in the structures around them, to function. When they don’t have it, they can become uncomfortable and insecure,” Alia E. Dastagir explained in her article We all want to know how the coronavirus pandemic ends. How do we cope with uncertainty? in USA Today.

Yes, the struggle is real, but you don’t have to be stuck there. Tutulungan ka namin to deal with uncertainty during coronavirus pandemic.

1. Be kind to yourself.

Hinay-hinay lang. Baka masyado ka nang hard sa sarili mo. Remember na bago ang lahat nang ito sa lahat ng tao and that everybody is learning how to adjust to the new normal.

No one knows when will this pandemic end or kung mababalik pa ba ‘yung dating pinagsamahan niyo, este ‘yung old normal, but why not take this time to look within and reflect?

Reflect kung bakit hindi kayo nag-workout.

Pero seriously, ang ganda nung sinabi ni Alia, “While there is no certainty about the future, this uncertain time offers people the space to grow more certain about who they are and who they want to be. To watch what crumbles. To see what remains.”

Here are questions that can help you mag-muni-muni:

Ano ba talaga ang purpose mo sa buhay? What are the things that matter most to you? What are the set of skills that you can learn, unlearn, and relearn?

Samahan mo pa nang mainit na kape at ube cheese pandesal in the morning.

2. Focus on what you can control.

A lot of things that are happening now are outside your control, but remember na may control ka pa rin over your actions and behavior.

Example na lang ‘yung sinabi ng HelpGuide in their article Dealing with Uncertainty During the Coronavirus Pandemic, losing your job is something that you can’t control, but what you can do is to look for jobs online, send out resumes, or ask your network to help you.

Uso na rin ngayon ang mag-online business! Don’t miss the opportunity to make use of social media. Kung mahilig ka mag-bake, turn your skills into profit. Pero don’t forget to register your online business ha, to prevent any hassles in the future.

“By focusing on the aspects of a problem that you can control in this way, you’ll switch from ineffective worrying and ruminating into active problem- solving. Of course, all circumstances are different and you may find that in some situations all you can control is your attitude and emotional response,” they said.

3. Trust the One who holds your tomorrow.

Bana takot ka nang magtiwala at pagod ka nang umasa because of everything that is happening around you. All hope seems lost pero, Breaker, kapit lang, but this time, kumapit ka sa Kanya.

Kumapit ka kay Jesus – the One who holds your tomorrow. Siya ‘yung peace, security, and love na matagal mo nang hinahanap and hindi ka Niya bibiguin tulad ng iba.

Gusto pa namin i-share what He has done for you! I-text mo lang kami sa 0999-227-1927 or call 8-737-0-777.

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