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Posts published by “Joan Mae Soco Bantayan”

Joan Mae Soco-Bantayan is a teacher at Tuburan Institute, Inc. She is also a wife and a mother of two. For questions and comments, feel free to drop her an e-mail at joanmae1212@protonmail.com or visit her Facebook page, Joan Mae Soco.

Close to Home | Putting light on “Pandemic Pressure”

It has been a month since the community quarantine was sanctioned by our government due to COVID-19. In the early days of the quarantine, people were complaining about the sudden…

Keeping our mental health in the time of quarantine

I have been talking with people online and a lot of them are alone or are going through deep sadness and confusion during isolation. Many of them are alone while…

Knowing some of energy modalities

The materialist perspective about life, where people think that the material world is all there is and that life emanates from matter, has the upper hand and generally scorns at…

Close to Home | The best and the worst

COVID-19 really has so much to show to us. The presence of this illness does not only put the world to a standstill, it has put up a mirror for…

Close to Home | Staying sane

Last March 16, Davao City went on a community quarantine due to COVID-19 and in the succeeding days, there have been more stringent measures that restrict movement and contact among…

Maximizing the downtime

Yes, we are on a Community Quarantine. We have an indefinite break from work (and from school for our children) due to the COVID-19 outbreak sans the privilege to travel…

Close to Home | Subtle intrusion

I often write about reasons why children, especially from age zero to 11, are highly discouraged from watching TV or movies. I remain that for TV and cinemas, the content…

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