Are you grieving yet? If you aren’t, you will be soon. Many Americans know someone who has the coronavirus, and as the crisis worsens, many will have family, friends, or acquaintances who have died of it.
Many of us long for normal social life, before the suspended animation of quarantine, and for warm hugs and intimate conversations that are now unsafe and irresponsible.
And everyone will know someone who has lost his or her job or who lives in terror of losing it. How we mourn matters, individually and collectively.Read more on psychologytoday.com