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10 Things I Tell Myself to Get Through Pandemic Stress as an Immunocompromised Person

This pandemic is harder than the brain surgery I had five years ago. Seriously, I am just exhausted from the ugly politics, widespread disease, suffering, dying, and general disdain and lack of empathy for each other as human beings.

The stress created for primary immune-deficient patients is mind-blowing. More now than ever I can see the lack of tolerance for other diseases and preexisting conditions.

Nonexistent is a better term. I feel I have to weave more cautiously in and out of situations now, knowing some people just do not care if I get sick.

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