What Messes with Your Head
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It seems that during these uncertain times we are all reaching for some form of comfort. Whether its comfortable clothing (guilty) or comfort food (definitely guilty), things that are familiar and homely are all the rage.
I often get quite wrapped up in my own life and forget to think about getting in contact with the family members who I don't see on a daily basis. That includes my grandparents. I do see my grandparents, but it's usually limited to special occasions like weddings, birthdays and Christmas. It suddenly occurred to me that it would probably mean a lot to my grandparents if I just sent a short email to show that I was thinking of them.
It's a pretty scary time in the world right now. We can't control everything happening around us, but we can control some things, and we can learn to find connection and, importantly, hope.
This week (7-11 September) is Health Week at Adelaide Uni, and I've been reflecting on how to best support the people in my life who are facing mental health issues.
Time, and attempting to manage it, can be a difficult thing.