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I had been very careful on the plane, in the airports, and in my hotel, but because of the increased risk, I was stuck at home for two weeks.
Indefinite quarantine meant that now, not only did I have the virus that was igniting fear worldwide, but I couldn’t go back to work and I didn’t know when I could.
News that would normally be cause for relief and joy was just another twist and turn on my emotional roller coaster.
I felt just about everything: anger, sadness, confusion, embarrassment. I remember saying it out loud: I just lost my job.
With a pandemic raging, what can be done in the face of fear?
This holiday season promises to be very different from any we have ever lived. How can we best cope with those changes?
What difficult questions are plaguing your mind today?
We could do very little then; we can do much more this time around.
Often, all it takes for hope to be rekindled is finding someone who cares enough to truly listen.
Change is an inevitable part of life, like the ocean rolling to the shore. How do you face it? Do you try to stop it from happening or ride the wave?