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Psychological Effects of COVID-19 - 81

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March 28, 2020 1:00 pm

Psychological Effects of COVID-19 - 81

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March 28, 2020 1:00 pm

"During a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, it's okay to feel down, worried and stressed. Acknowledge these emotions, respect them, and then let them go, suggested guest Dr. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais while talking with Aimee Cabo.  

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Dr Anjhula Mya Singh Bais is an international psychologist, specialised in trauma and a thought leader in psychology and strategic leadership focused on high socio economic status dynamics. As Founder, director, and consultant psychologist of Fourth Dimension Consultancy, Bais’s expertise on mental health, human rights as a director at Amnesty International, and the climate crisis is informed through an intersectional lens of feminism, transpersonal psychology, and sustainability.

A philanthropist, she is the co-founder of the Bais-Selvanathan Foundation and is one of only six psychologists to be named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Marie Claire called her a top 25 Woman of the Year influencer, Vogue India a supermodel and Prestige Magazine honouring her on the Prestige’s 40 under 40 list. Trusted by her peers, Bais is the American Psychological Association Division 52 Standing Representative for the Social Justice Committee. As a former ambassador to INGO Concern Worldwide, Bais utilised the media presence as an international actress, model, and MTV presenter to speak as a social change agent including hosting His Holiness the Dalai Lama in an emotional vigilance workshop in Mumbai. An LSE Distinguished Alumni with two years of research at Columbia University studying global intelligence and social psychology, Bais holds a B.A. in psychology from Lady Sri Ram College, University of New Delhi, a M.Sc. in psychoanalysis from University College London, a Ph.D. with distinction from The Chicago School and is currently a fellow of Apolitical Academy.

Bais’s contributions are regularly featured in leading international publications such as Washington Post, Financial Times, BBC, New York Post, and Vanity Fair. Her print and radio contributions include includes hosting #MindMatters on Lite FM with one million listeners and her number one Amazon new release in Psychology and Medicine textbook chapter A Comparative Analysis of Global Health in South and Southeast Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Singapore) in the textbook Why Global Health Matters: How to (Actually) Make the World a Better Place (2017). You can learn more about  Dr. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais by visiting her website and social media platforms.  


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There's always someone who cares. There's always hope this only played earlier with my stress and time by that who doesn't have stress these days. So I thought it was a good song to play and last week we spoke about the coronavirus that we keep coming up with more information and more challenges and we all have different ways of handling these things, and the world is focusing on basic survival and human needs from vaccine medications that will eradicate the virus, ways to support those in need with the minimum leave in the living requirements is another important issue that comes with the coronavirus global crisis pandemic and social isolation that we need to focus on its our mental health. While most things visible can be strategically resolved is another visible element that can be produced by this coronavirus they can be just as dangerous and deadly. And today we will discover the possible psychological effects of this invisible enemy and social distancing in the era of the global crisis. We have a very special guest today all the way from Malaysia back to and you will night late. I can do this Dr. and you will Maya thing, but to see if you did it right.

Later. I hope we Dr. Singh bath short international psychologist specializing in trauma and a thought leader in psychology, and strategic leadership focused on high socioeconomic status, dynamics as founder director and consultant psychologist afford a mention consultancy expertise in mental health human rights as a director of Amnesty International and the climate crisis is informed through an Internet intersectional length of feminism, transpersonal psychology and sustainability while okay even better a philanthropist.

She is the cofounder of the bath sell by not sell by Nikon foundation and is only one of only six psychologist to be named a young global leader galore by the world economic forum where we clear called her a top 25 woman of the year and plus Vogue India, a supermodel, and prestige.

My magazine honoring her on the prestigious 40s under 40s list trusted by her peers. Dr. Bass is the American psychological Association division 52 standing representative for the social justice committee. Dr. Bass is a regular contributor to many radio TV shows and newspapers also and LSD distinguished alumni with two years of research at Columbia University studying global intelligence and social psychology as holds a bachelors in psychology and ladies right around college from Lady Shriver on college, University of needed daily, a Masters in science and psychoanalysis from the University of London and a PhD with distinction from the Chicago school and international psychology right, you didn't miss anything. Now there's a lot more this is just a short Dr. Bass is super impressive. Thank you for being on the shelf and thank you for your time. I understand were 12 hours apart. This is wow amazing big sacrifice.

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My be our real life or in our US I always think is its so necessary to get back you now the earth always gets to us. We should give to the world. It's only rainy and you. It's definitely a big eye-opener. Dr. Bass, how is Malaysia. I mean dealing with the current pandemic. Are there a lot of cases they are.

Do you know and because this is global this is that one unique time in history where we all share the same problem. The same enemy.

The same fears the same unknown uncertainty and we do deal with it in different ways. Our neighbor neighboring country and we were having Malaysia.

And I think what you heard all of our government, the Republican all of a sudden some pretty much cool at work took over into thinking the United States would your country and Gail the beginning of it was very very old. She got a new Drupal and not going well for ordination of health related thing and we will go to grandma 15,000 even more and warnings not to congregate.

The reader will pretty interesting about how I 20 people waiting and one day populating 35 guideline night because they were feeling guilty about having well and that's that's what what I wanted to address because I understand that we are blessed in that sense, to live in America but nobody escapes the psychological effects it doesn't matter what's going on in the country.

Political I mean the psychological effects can be devastating like you just mentioned the suicide. I mean, that can be just as deadly or just a serious at the coronavirus and from what I'm hearing. There is husband increase in the suicide rate due to the pandemic and yes what family we definitely have to address that because this this is something that is the most important thing is about interrupting anything keeping it together enough of the right chair, I am Amy Calvo, listening to daycare wife can bring many difficult situations, domestic violence, addictions, poverty, and sexual abuse by your loved ones.

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Love is the answer. God is the key word reveals baby cobbles life, a warrior who didn't give up and achieve the dream of her life. You can get to know more about her at her story on God is the key or buying her book on is welcome back to the care is Amy Calvo were talking about the psychological effects of coronavirus pandemic also want to talk about the compass we started. Let us know suggestions for so we can play on the show thrower conduct. This page about his acute outcome. And if we blessed you will receive a $25 gift certificate. Thank you very much for your suggestions that amazing song that I paid was love me. I then 11 I picked this in honor of my beautiful, beautiful inside and out.

Amazing and intelligent seem to be college educated knees. Caitlin from Utah who is a huge fan of Demi Lovato and recently survived COBIT 19. Finally, thank God.

She was very sick through. Hang in there I can relate to this. I remember since not too long ago I was still being hard on myself. I know what it's like to expect more of yourself and subconsciously self-destruct. I was careless and carefree, always willing to write, not caring if I died until I turned to God and realized I did not want to live any longer with a broken heart. It was then that I learned that loving me was enough where talking to Dr. and Joe a lot. Bass was helping us reveal how to deal with the psychological effects of the coronavirus pandemic speaking about Dr. it was the psychological effects because we have the different aspects that guilt trip that people get the fact that there is an increase in suicides and if we can go into that a little bit. Dr. so that we might know how to maybe help the situation where you important know I want to what I babe reported more often than not action in which to die. Regretting their very old and he knows no light there were about 43 hand and not be angry but P like I think it really important to remember because a lot of really like your down helping me take that back your feeling and then level not really feeling so you will motion one emotion we want to get you because you find a happy I learned no. I regret I learned better next thing and every caring and no to.

I highly doubt may not be even if Kathy were trying out at any point that we can think really important to put the thing hanging completely as you because you mean worst-case scenario like you could always take a nap almost always you wake up feeling different, but the problem is that want to kill yourself. There's no more chances you'll never know what children you have who you will marry. What could possibly be different. You'll never know what the future holds. There's no second chances that an how do we even know if this is not a huge privilege. Not everybody makes it. That's why there's a lot of miscarriages cover you address the issue with the coastal news coverage like there is a lot of people the calls the new looking than you the news and also about news.

How do we do, how do we do with our work. Write your will out there scouring the Internet for information on doing what is why are we doing your thing you need to learn everything I can think about everybody (no little bit different but I need I like about the morning meeting and not before 1990.

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So you need Malaysia. I'm sure you will like the. Five years ago with everybody on board and no one will you what happened right.

Critically, I like the way and my goal to international Dr. you said sometimes we set ourselves for failure. You know when we can go to our environment. At least let's not let control what word what were believing or what we choose to believe, will return with a cure in a few minutes. Remember that your life every Saturday at 1 PM, Scott here will live every Saturday with Amy Calvo and Doris this thing on your radio on our epicure and on our website. God's OSHA also available as a video podcast. Another book of the cure. Just look for the cure with Amy, that was good things fall apart. I John in it's not our fault. This coronavirus to make it's no one's fault, not even God's fault.

When things get things fall apart we can self medicate in the dramatic as we learn to come to terms with the broken heart and except that in this world there is trouble and celebrate all the good things that inspire from all things. As you realize God's hand is in everything, also an option.

Also want to remind you about the compass we started. Let us know. Suggestions were so that we can play on the show thrower conduct. Spurgeon got his acute outcome and replace it, you will receive a grade for those gifts of the and it's not that easy for me to choose the song because it has to be late have to be able to say something poetic and so it will be challenging where talking to Dr. and she will pass about the invisible enemy, the coronavirus and pandemic social isolation and its effects on our emotions and our psychological well-being. Angela Dr. Bass, everybody recommend social distancing to slow down the DC brings a lot of other psychological issues. It is isolation. Different people have different ideas about this in different opinions. What's what's your take you see what's more important social isolation to help the physical aspects or the psychological effects that it might have that could be detrimental.

Get the pros outweigh the cons.

Work will lie in order to work, anything that's a good one, but no I will have a new appreciation for our government over the remember the pain. Think about so it might be the beautiful where you go into the mine really start thinking about the only that, but we have time for important things and for here the kids in America used to having everything will appreciate the things they haven't had or they haven't been able to do what or you know sometimes we have to lose things to appreciate them even freedoms great. What happened what he wanted. And for the whole world will practically your government or even care like you're doing a very well all over the world.

That's a good point.

There is a lot of positive you must learn that from the Dalai Lama. I know you met the Dalai Lama had supercool I know that it was a wonderful experience. It must've been for you that he know he's got wonderful teachings and is there anything that you can share with us that can relate to this global crisis that can be helpful that you learn from something that you found important beckon everyone can hear. I remember being so when I heard people who don't know that you really how we would you know the right number. You board that invaded and you know certain parts of the Chinese army.

We doing things like taking great and having your mom inquiry is what you think of with energy very often. 51. Even what you what is wrong not know you work at the right what we're talking about buying you.

You many many parts of the world. Yes, we will work you just really help so many other things other many other things that we can worry about me.

Now, many people died a year of heart attack of other diseases of overdoses that I mean but you know, it's mom. We don't know anything about it.

We don't understand it, is what scares us the most and I think that's what is this and that's my little by little.

It's just a matter of education, and like you said Dr. putting things into perspective.

But we learn more more about this viral social.

There's something very interesting. Tell me what is Corona and how can that help us better know that the question Boris wrote notes. I was so looking at one of your appraisal. We have no right whatever you want to be working you there and you can be deeply, reflecting on wow you want to make you open it directly, when you think of right work by most vendors that were sorry of course is relations. Sometimes, you know, sometimes the way that we want to see things and maybe that's a cojones you you you choose which way to go. Have a question.

I will regret what I was doing something about the bus so understanding of Royal book princes so aristocrat while princes well will know we will okay no that will be continued to talk about such a it's an awesome honor to have anybody here and she's an amazing person. Please Dr. Angela Bass about the emotional aspects of the coronavirus life can bring many difficult situations, domestic violence, addictions, poverty and even sexual abuse by your loved ones. The issue is not spinning their book to overcome all obstacles been shouldered with the love of God, your husband and your family. You can succeed. Love is the answer. God is the key word reveals Amy Cabo's wife, a warrior who didn't give up and achieve the dream of her life.

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Way meeker and miracle worker.

There is no greater promise keeper greater hope or greater love where talking about the emotional challenges of the current pandemic covenant so Dr. Wyatt I went out to you about maybe the children you know what how the children might be affected. How do we treat them. Do we explain that everything going on or collided or what is writing. Everything you putting energy will way. What are you moving me and have lost their job even know there's a lot of uncle that might want me there are you learning and other young going to take a cue from the parent, even all of over not only pick it up and we know what you know moderately mindful pragmatically. Other with them.

We begin reframing a like wall. I wish I had the wrong and what is and what a great story and what a great story. You'll have to tell me there's two sides to every situation.

He just you know you can build resilience by speaking to the child with optimism because there is two ways of looking at everything. I mean it.

In reality is, is about how you look at is not that's eventually everything I feel that when it comes to children. Children bounce off of the Internet can be very resilient. What do we go to, what do we bounce off off off I mean about religion that I know that it can be helpful in this kind times no matter what religion you may have, whether you know I'm a Christian. I understand your Buddhist village of religions guide us in times of troubles what you think. Love all the United what wrong with record maybe so you'll be one of being alleviated by yes self other thing that you can donate hospitals everywhere will monitor on the front line. You know what the psychological aspect what you can do to be there for each other.

You can face time you can send text messages those friends that you normally don't tasks or you don't normally let say say happy birthday now you have time to do all those things and you know you have you have time right and you know there was a time that our lives are too busy and we didn't have time to be social and to our friends and so now we have time to work in everything you where you can market anything you can chat. There are 24 hour live so you need to be created youtime as a group.

Group video chat face time and you can talk to several people all at once and see them all like if you're all in the same room. Awesome. I will am so interested in these temperature. Dr. Ross and it was like reading about nobody but were done with the show will is so namaste what is the deeper meaning of the I know the is not just in our greeting you will all well nice what it was progress. Thank you for will Dr. was awesome. Thank you for being with us all the way from Malaysia and you know you make so much sense. I love the way that you think in the things that you've told us have been extremely helpful. Thank you and God bless whatever whatever you calm and Buddha and think it's your audio producer Jasper for being with us today and making the show sounds beautiful in making the music possible. Thank you for allowing things to Robbie.

He sits a great Christian car guy we love he watches and listens to the show and he actually gives us feedback which we don't normally So now let's pray father. We are praying for the sick and infected God heal and help sustain bodies and spirits contain the spread of infection for a portable relation of side for vulnerable populations. God protect our elderly and those suffering from chronic disease, provide for the poor, especially the uninsured for the young and the strong God, given the necessary caution to keep them from unwittingly spreading this disease inspire them to help our local state and federal government God help our list elected officials as they allocate the necessary resources for combating this endemic help them to provide more tests for a scientific community leading the charge to understand the disease and communicate its gravity.

God get the knowledge, wisdom, and persuasive in a persuasive voice for the media committed to prevent providing up-to-date information God help them to communicate with appropriate seriousness without causing panic for consumers of media looking to be well-informed.

God help us find the most helpful local information to equip us to be good neighbors keep us from anxiety and panic and enable us to implement the recommended strategies even at a cost to ourselves. For those with mental health challenges who feel isolated, anxious and helpless.

God provided them every necessary support for the homeless. Unable to practice the protocols of social distancing in the shelter system, protect them from disease and provide isolation shelters in every city and for international travel stuck in foreign countries. God help them return home safely and quickly came, this is Amy Calvo you have a picture please check our book off the cure with every cobble are up, the cure, or our website. God is God

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