Laugh when you can.
Cry when you like.
Seek a virtual shoulder when it threatens to be too much.
Be a virtual shoulder to whomever you can.
For many Americans this year, life is anything but normal, but it is becoming routine. The changes we have had to make the last few months are still not comfortable, but we are starting to settle in.
Yet, the virus continues to grow among us. Cases across the nation are at all-time highs. And now we begin getting ready for the holidays with all it’s hustle and bustle and the temptations of large gatherings.
How do we cope?
Over on The Write Conversation, I have a post on living during trying times. Even though it is written for writers, it is still practical for all of us.
You can see the link here.
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