There is no room for uncertainty in a child’s life, especially when it comes to mental health problems. Somehow or other, by reinforcing positive practices or through behavioral interventions, or both combined, a child’s mental health should come first. Of all schools, there are a few that best handle mental health issues because those schools have somehow contrived to infuse academic culture with mental health issues.
If you think that normalcy will be restored once the lockdown is over, think again. COVID-19 has already brought radical changes to our society and culture. From elevated hygiene standards to falling economies, change is apparent since the outbreak. And these outcomes are a mix of positive and negative scenarios. While some countries report cleaner air and swimming dolphins, others see a rise in domestic violence and divorce rate.
Fear tames the mind and heart of everyone confined within the four walls of their house. This fear emerges because we care about the elderly who are at greater risk of the coronavirus. And we are angry at a group of people who gathered on the street without keeping the social distancing protocols in mind.