The term “coronavirus” has been around for 15 days now and as of right now, there are no known cases of the virus. People, mostly young people, appear to have been mostly ok to live for that amount of time.
“Corona, whatever is the case, it feels like a new year.” Old blog, The first symptoms of COVID-19 were a fever and a runny nose, but we will soon be hearing from thousands of people who have not yet been tested for this new virus. We can learn from the people who are doing the tests, but this is not the same, as we are also living under some very unusual circumstances.
The new normal is a little more unknown to most of you, but the new reality is this: the world is changing very rapidly, and the number of casualties is very high. As the government shutters your doors and bars the way in to our society, the world does the exact same thing except in reverse — you live a long time if you have the ability to follow this new normal, and in this case by default.
With everyone feeling on edge, it was a perfect opportunity for me to share my fears, worries, and fears. As a writer, I have a few favorite fears, one of them being of course the thought of losing an important job in order to keep writing. The other fear is how my personal circumstances could be used against me. What happens to me as a writer will change in the future.
The world is changing so quickly and with so many ways to express your fears, it’s easy not to know exactly what you’re going to do when COVID-19 starts. There is no better way to make the decision to change your life then to go online. This is actually the same scenario as with a relationship, if you have an interest in changing your spouse’s behavior. The best way to start a change is to be honest with yourself.
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