Halloween is just around the corner and there’s this festive gloom in the air. Costume making, door-to-door trick or treating and candy are just some of the things that are highly looked forward to for this holiday. However, some of you might be unable to enjoy it because you are still recovering from a recent surgery.
Getting injured is one of the most frustrating things that could ever happen especially if you are an athlete or someone who wants to stay physically fit. Unfortunately, mental healing in injury does not occur overnight nor can injuries be avoided but when the time comes people should be aware that recovery is not just limited to the physical aspect – it should also include the mental aspect as well. The reason why this is important is because mental health is fragile. It can waver at simplest discouragement, especially if the athlete is sensitive at being unable to participate. This may lead to serious issues such as depression, anxiety or even substance abuse.
Are you a new caregiver? Congratulations and welcome to the world of caregiving. However, we do have a bit of news for you: Caregiving doesn’t come with a manual. However, what’s good about it is that it encourages the caregiver to exercise their creativity and patience to be able to come up with ways on how they could improve their senior’s life without stressing themselves out in the process. One of the effective ways is by receiving the help of a pet.
Imagine yourself sitting in a chair on a fine morning. You find yourself staring off into space without much of a coherent train of thought. Then you suddenly find a canvas in front of you with a table of brushes and paint. Without thinking twice, you create colors from strokes. Before you know it, time has passed and you’ve created something but you still don’t remember what you’re doing here.