"This anxiety can be a first-time thing for people. In fact, that’s what I’m finding more – is that somebody was emotionally health and are really being struck down by this level of anxiety that’s preventing them from getting back into the world, and they are still isolating," said integrative psychologist Rosann Capanna-Hodge.
Whether you are still quarantining or limiting your contact with others, you are spending a lot of time with your kids and your kids are complaining about being, “Bored”. You have become a school teacher, personal chef, exercise coach, and activities director! Ugh, who signed up for that?! Your child is used to structure and they may be struggling with boredom, so here are some fun ideas to break up the routine.
"Minimizing children viewing acts of violence on television is always a good idea," said Roseann Capanna-Hodge, a pediatric mental health expert.
Dr. Roseann was featured in an article by The Healthy titled, "12 Silent Signs of Adult ADHD You Might Be Ignoring". Here, Dr. Roseann spoke about the impact that ADHD can have on adults in their day to day activities.
As we slowly re-enter the world some people are more than nervous, they are panicked. Everyone is worried or anxious to some degree about what lies ahead and if they might get sick, but sometimes that anxiety can get really big. For some, their anxiety is so great that they don’t want to socialize or even be in public.