In these unprecedented and terrifying times where everyone is trying to endure the coronavirus outbreak, often the media can make things worse. The fear of this pandemic revolves around the constant cycle of fake news or somehow equally terrifying real news. Even our endless Instagram captions remind us (not so calmly) to STAY INSIDE and be cautious. It is almost inevitable that our mental health somehow will be affected by this constant stream of negativity through social media as well. There might be many ways to stay positive in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. One of them is to surround yourself with positive thoughts. Therefore, in order to lift your spirits up in these uncertain times, we have some inspiring positive tweets and posts in the time of coronavirus outbreak.

Here Are Some Positive Tweets And Posts In The Time Of Coronavirus To Inspire You

1Patience is the key

2The sun will rise again

3YAAASSSS!

4 Breathe

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Who’s with me?

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6 Falling in love with your solitude

11 Make your mental health a priority

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“You do NOT have to lose weight right now. Or pick up a new skill. Master a new language. Write that novel. Change your whole diet. Sometimes just getting up, getting out of bed, showering, sometimes THAT is ENOUGH. Especially in moments like this. Especially now. I’ve been thinking a lot about MENTAL HEALTH lately. And, yes, about eating disorders. So many of you have written me saying how you’re struggling, a little bit, a lot. How the anxiety of this great unknown combined with losing your routines and being confined to your house and a thousand other triggers are causing things to hit a little harder. I understand. I completely understand. And social media can make things worse. Because it presents to us a beautiful quarantine life full of banana bread and perfect couples and wonderful transformations. So today, I just wanted to remind you all: It is OK to take whatever space you need. To handle this situation in a manner that SOOTHS your ANXIETY and RESPECTS your emotions. Whether that’s setting new goals or training hard or painting or sitting quietly with your cat while sinking into Netflix. All of that, ANY of that, it is ok. Because we’re grappling with a global pandemic right now. And weight loss? Productivity? Those goals do NOT HAVE TO BE your goals. Go softly with yourself. Go softly. That, my girl, That is more than enough.” – @danaemercer #feminist #iweigh #mentalhealth #normalizenormalbodies #mindbodygreen

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12 Little stories you remember

13 When this ends

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Also may we give up the hoarding ?

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15Tips to keep in mind

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I wanted to give you guys some small, practical steps to take that weren’t overwhelming. These might seem simple but I know from experience they can really help ??⁣ ⁣ ? Celebrating small wins⁣ Use my template (it’s in my highlight), write them down on a piece of paper each day or think of 5 things you’ve done well each day before you go to sleep. Remember that these “wins” will look different right now to a few days/weeks ago because of what is happening right now.⁣ ⁣ ? Taking a nap or rest⁣ As we discussed yesterday, if you’re feeling more anxious than normal you’ll be using up extra mental and physical energy. You’ll need more rest because of this.⁣ ⁣ ? Asking for help⁣ This can be really difficult for a lot of us. We WANT to be able to do it all. We might have past experiences that mean it is not in our nature to ask. Your brain may tell you otherwise, but people DO want to help. Especially right now.⁣ ⁣ ? Listening to an audiobook or podcast⁣ It’s not healthy to permanently ignore your feelings. However, it’s also not useful to be wrapped up in anxious thoughts all day. Try audiobooks if you haven’t before. My personal recommendation? Harry Potter! I wasn’t a massive fan before, but when I was poorly they helped me soooo much. Stephen Fry’s calming voice, another world to get lost in and amazing value for money (some of them are 27 hours long ?)⁣ ⁣ ? Setting 3 realistic goals per day⁣ In January and February I was in a complete freeze state. Then I adopted this approach. It has made SUCH a difference. No more feeling like a failure every day, I’m getting a sense of achievement which spurs me on more and most importantly I’m no longer overwhelmed.⁣ ⁣ Hope these help ❤️ Please feel free to leave any other practical, simple steps below! It could really help someone ??✨⁣ ⁣ ⁣ -⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #mentalhealthtips #selfcompassion #mentalhealthquotes #mentalhealthadvice #selfcaretips #mentalhealthquote #anxietyadvice #anxietytips #selfreminders #selfcarejourney #healingjourney #selflovequotes #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthawareness #mentalwellbeing #mentalwellness #selfcarequotes #mentalwellbeing #wordsoftheday

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20 Just for you and your mental well-being

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A message for the #JournalYourFeelings fam:⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ First off, over 15K people from 80 countries are now signed up to participate in this 30-day journey, which is warming my heart. Seeing you post your process, and feeling into the energy of us reflecting collectively is lighting me up during this uncertain time. ✨⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ If you’re just seeing this now, it’s still not to late to sign up. When you join, you’ll receive a welcome email with the prompts we’ve done so far. Link in bio to join. ❤️⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ There’s a small percentage of you that are having trouble receiving your emails, and we’ve been trying to work out the kinks. (Please technology be our friend! ??) Before DM’ing me, let’s try to troubleshoot first:⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 1. Please check your spam. 200+ people found the emails by checking (and sometimes double checking) the spam folder. ⁣⁣⁣Also add hi@journalyourfeelings.com to your address book or contacts list. ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ 2. If you signed up after 5:03am ET on 3/22, the first email had already been sent and you should have received an day 2 today (3/23) with a link/button to access the one from yesterday near the bottom.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 3. If you never received a welcome email, there was likely a error with the email you submitted. Please try again at journalyourfeelings.com (link in bio!)⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 4. If you received day 1 but not day 2, search your inbox for hi@journalyourfeelings.com and then move that email to your primary tab/folder. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 5. If none of the above works, email hi@journalyourfeelings.com (please no DMs), and we will get your sorted. ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ❤️❤️❤️

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22We will remember

23How to stay centred?

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In light of these uncertain times, I have a gift to help you stay centered. It’s called Journal Your Feelings: A 30-Day Guided Journey, and it starts on Sunday, March 22. (Link in bio to sign up for free!) ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ For 30 days, I will send you a daily email with a reflection prompt or journaling exercise to help you navigate your emotions and locate inner calm. All you need is pen and paper to begin. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I believe our planet is in a period of waking up, and that awakening begins with each of us. This moment calls for us to listen deeply. To hear what is out of alignment in our lives and the world. To get curious about ways we can show up and contribute. Your body, emotions and inner world have messages for you, and I want to guide you in listening to the well of wisdom that lives within. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ If a lot has been coming to the surface for you, I want you to know that it’s okay to feel whatever you are feeling. And if you’ve been looking for support in these especially uncertain times, we made this for you.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Head to the link in my bio to sign up, and tag anyone who might benefit from this journey. We’re in this together. ?⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ P.s. Massive love to @madz_design and @lindseysyoo for helping me whip this whole thing together in 36ish hours, and my soul fam (you know who you are!) for giving me feedback into the wee hours. You are the dream team. I love you. ? ⁣ ⁣ #JournalYourFeelings

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29Change your focus on the positive rather than the negative

We Hope Reading This Has Brought Some Peace And Hope In The Time Of Coronavirus

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus, all of us are dealing with that’s gloomy and doomy. And this can one way or another definitely affect our mental health. So in order to shift our energies and boost our moods, we have brought to you the best and most positive tweets and posts in the time of coronavirus. Hope they help you when you are feeling stressed, scared, frustrated, bored or whenever you need it most. Every cloud has a silver lining. Let’s get through this TOGETHER.

If you think we have missed any of your favourite positive tweets and insta posts, let us know on the comments below!

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