As per therapist Rachel Wright ,” It helps to make a list of things you want to do or would like to watch while you're in quasi-quarantine. Give yourself a bucket list of things—maybe there's a TV show that you've wanted to watch but haven't had the time, a project you've been meaning to start, or a skill you want to learn. Also, make a post-quarantine bucket list, or a list of things that you want to do once this is all over.” This helps give a sense of what we really want to do and at the same time presents something to look forward to.
The starting point is to acknowledge that things are different yet not necessarily worse. People are resilient and have the ability to adapt and face tough times. This is a good opportunity to be creative and work differently as an individual, professional and family person.