How To Stay At Home

One thing I have learned during the COVID-19 pandemic is that people with chronic illness have a lot to teach healthy people. We have the skills and hard-earned experience of coping with social isolation and restrictions on what we want to do. This knowledge could really help all the people who are coping with isolation and restrictions for the first time.

I wrote about this for Jessica Abel’s blog in May. Today, I am honored to provide a guest post for Toni Bernhard’s blog on Psychology Today.

Check out both articles, and share with the people you know who might find it helpful. We will all get through this, if we help each other.

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2 Responses to How To Stay At Home

  1. Chelle says:

    This was a very helpful article. Positive and motivating. I will try some of your suggestions.

    Thanks for sharing.

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