When news of a global pandemic first broke, the far-reaching implications were hard to imagine. And like many others, I continued on with life hoping “this too shall pass.” Then in March when the nationwide quarantine began, things got real. With every new cancellation, the walls closed in tighter. I stocked up on supplies and braced for whatever was coming next. But, I didn’t anticipate the toll it would take on my mental health. After a few weeks of soothing […]
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