COVID-19 has radically altered many of our lives. The shutdown has changed many things and taken away special moments. This article explains how to process the grief that you feel in a healthy way.
I recently traded grievances with my best friend: She was feeling down because her metalworking conference had been canceled, and I was glum because of my lackluster quarantine birthday. We exchanged these thoughts as if they were the most shameful confessions we’ve ever made, caveating them with phrases like “it’s stupid,” and “I’m fine,” and “it’s really not a big deal.”