We’re into the fourth week of lockdown. How are you feeling?

It wouldn’t be surprising if you’re tired of seeing the same four walls, or missing the spontaneity of lunch with your work colleagues or a cheeky mid-week meal out.

In fact, we’ll all need a fair bit of resilience to keep us going over the next few weeks. Fortunately, resilience isn’t a talent that you either have or don’t have – it’s a way of helping yourself through difficult or stressful times, and we can all do it.

Your body – eat as healthily as you can, get some exercise and make sure you sleep.

Your mind – take a break from your tasks and get some fresh air, listen to your favourite playlist, read a book, engage with your family and friends.

Your attitude – try not to be too hard on yourself or others. Give yourself a break and don’t expect too much in these tricky circumstances. And appreciate that others may be struggling too.

Your communication – share your worries and problems with others. You’ll find they are often shared, and that you feel better for having spoken them out loud.