Confused, overwhelmed, surreal and unfamiliar.
These are the words that the Nicholson-Warn family from Stoke Gifford use to describe life in lockdown.
Like so many others, life has changed for them in a way they could never have imagined several months ago.
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Daughter Rebecca is training to be a nurse. She was always due to have a placement in a hospital but the family could never have imagined she would begin her career on the frontline of a pandemic.
The family filmed some of their weekend activities for us and we learned that they have discovered a newfound love for creating dance routines on popular app, TikTok.
From teenagers to toddlers, and life at home brings different challenges.
Piran loves playing in his garden in St Dominick near Saltash, but his mum says she also misses adult company and their friends.
Ailsa spends lots of time speaking with her family on What's App, but she worries about the people who were already struggling with their mental health before the crisis.
Neither family knows what life will look like for them, but Piran will keep playing in the garden and Rebecca and Josh will keep dancing with their mum and dad.
They all say this has helped them so far, and that will continue over the days and weeks to come.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS HELP:
- Samaritans: Call free on 116 123 or visit the Samaritans website
- NHS 111: Non-emergency advice online: NHS 111 advice online (Only call 111 if you cannot get help online). People with hearing problems can use the NHS 111 British Sign Language (BSL) service.
- MIND: Mind has tips and support on its website. Coronavirus and your wellbeing | Mind, the mental health …
- Shout: Confidential 24/7 crisis text support. Text "SHOUT" to 85258 or visit Shout Crisis Text Line
- Crisis Support For Young People: Under 35s. Call Papyrus's Hopeline UK from 9am to 10pm weekdays and 2pm to 10pm on weekends. 0800 068 41 41. Text 07786 209697 Visit the Papyrus website
- CALM: The Campaign Against Living Miserably, for people in the UK who are down or have hit a wall for any reason. Call 0800 58 58 58 (daily, 5pm to midnight). Free, anonymous webchat with trained staff. Visit the CALM website
- The Mental Health Foundation hosts Mental Health Awareness Week. Find out about the charity by clicking here: Mental Health Foundation.