But another fear is growing now, less obvious but no less powerful. It’s the sense of vulnerability we feel when we don't have control over our own lives and futures. We may have lost our livelihoods, our freedom of movement, our normal social contact, lost the ability to do everything that “normal” used to mean. We’ve even lost the sense of what normal will look like in the future. All we can know for sure about the next several months, probably longer, is that life won’t be anything like it used to be. But just what it will be, no one really knows. That uncertainty brings a form of powerlessness and unsettling lack of control. Of all the psychological factors that make us worry more or less, a sense of control may be the most compelling. … [Read more...] about Should I Stay (Inside) or Should I Go (Back Outside)?
Since the government declared a nationwide lockdown to curb the rising number of coronavirus cases, people have been advised to stay indoors to protect themselves from contracting or transmitting the disease. And due to this lockdown, many news reports have shown that there has been a rise in stress and anxiety cases . The rise in stress and anxiety cases has been attributed to stress caused by work pressure, layoffs, disruption of social life, loneliness and other such issues . … [Read more...] about 10 Ways To Reduce Stress And Anxiety
Ask others how you can be of help to them. Rather than simply typing on social media and texting, connect with others' voices over the phone or face-to-face while camming. Reach out to old friends or colleagues who may be alone and out of work. Deliver groceries to an elderly neighbor living alone and perhaps a listening ear. Ask people if they need anything or if there’s any way you can help. In short, get out of your own head! We have a chance to change our minds and our world. We are currently spotlighting heroes such as doctors, nurses, grocery store workers, and those working in delivery services while we are in quarantine. Become your own hero by doing something good for someone else. Empower yourself. You have the resiliency. … [Read more...] about Queerantine: Being Queer During the Coronavirus
Being someone’s BFF is a big deal – you don’t hand over the other half of your “Best Friends” necklace to just anyone. Having a romantic partner who is also your best friend potentially sounds perfect. With your BFF as your romantic partner, you get the best of both worlds, someone with whom you can laugh, share your life, and cuddle. When you look at seemingly happy celebrity couples like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, or Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow, not only do they appear to be in love but they also seem to genuinely enjoy hanging out together. … [Read more...] about Should My Partner Be My Best Friend?
2019- The Golden Mermaid We bet you would not have seen a more beautiful mermaid than Aishwarya at the Cannes 2019 red carpet. She wore a gold mermaid gown with the snakeskin-like texture. She went for the minimalist look with her flashy attire. Dewy base, golden eyeshadow and poker-straight slick hair rounded off her look. Another interesting feature of her look was golden-dipped ears. … [Read more...] about The Best Beauty Moments Of Aishwarya Rai At The Cannes Films Festival So Far