For some reason, as I was looking for something productive and interesting to watch online earlier today, I happened to chance upon one of Inquirer.net’s live webinars on Facebook. The topic of this particular session was about mental health, a subject of discussion that I know is very present and relevant in this day and age, but something that needs to be brought more to the forefront.
And since I was able to catch the webinar right before it actually started, I decided to stay and listen to the many notable speakers who were scheduled to discuss about the challenges of mental health and the possible ways to help people going through these difficulties, especially now that the pandemic and lockdown has triggered more anxiety and depression in many of our fellow Filipinos.Read more
Father’s Day is fast approaching. Imagine that! Time seems to be passing by reeeaaaally fast during this quarantine period. Hahaha!
While many of us would rather remain in the comforts and safety of our own homes, and dining out seems like a far-fetched idea for the time being, that doesn’t mean celebrations can’t be festive and merry.Read more
We now live in what many call the “new normal” because of COVID-19. And while this seems to be our way of life for the foreseeable future, households and offices are still figuring out how to navigate through our present reality.
Practically every industry has been gravely affected and impacted by this global pandemic. Businesses and many companies have downsized, restructured, or even worse, closed. Sadly, because of this, a significant number of Filipinos from different walks of life have lost employment and livelihood.
For those of us who have lost jobs or are in fear of losing them very soon, the dread of uncertainty is the darkest cloud looming over our heads; not the virus itself.Read more