7 Acts of Self-care You Can Practice during a Winter Lockdown
This is a report from a survey taken in Britain during its third lockdown. This survey found that 60 percent of Britons are finding it harder to stay positive during this time.
The authors spoke to psychologists and mental health experts about things one can do if one’s mental wellbeing is being affected by the winter lockdown.
Date of Publication: January 28, 2021
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