I talked about RMO a bit in my last post.
And how there is #noRMOforme
but when I got an off day one or two during this RMO, I was feeling helpless.
I always felt that I am neither introvert or extrovert, and I am a bit in balanced between those two.
Because I sometimes enjoyed the time I had alone, doing some reading, cleaning, daydreaming, the list go on.
But I also enjoyed the company of my friends, PikaAbboyDinieCito, ex temerloh clan, the broga-one-time-only gang and going out with mzms friends (well a few of them).
But boy am I feeling stucked.
I can totally understand if people are going crazy during RMO.
Those who loss their jobs, had big commitments.
Those who themselves of family are affected by covid19.
Those who are stucked in a crampy place, with no area for personal space, even worse, if these people had abusive family members around them.
I can't discuss patient information but sexual abuse is real these days. The rape cases among family members are just absurd that you are going to think is this a telemovie or what? Shit this is real life.
Anyway, about being stucked.
KKM released a nice infographic to change your mindset. For you, and for me.
#Mentalhealth is important too! Make sure you fill those time with productive stuff, even playing games, cleaning your room, read that one book, zumba, drawing or whatever stuff.
If you're with your family, enjoy this time to be with them. cherish the moments, be thankful that you are with your loved ones.
Recently my housemate during this RMO time was told to be PUI (person under investigation). Let's hope the result will be negative, or I will need to test too.
(this is actually the whole point of me writing this entry, I was a bit worried, and trying to let it out here and there)
Let's all pray and hope that we win this war.
We will win this, insyaAllah.
Ramadhan is coming.
We will win this.