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Exploring COVID 'Long Haulers' from a Trauma-Informed Perspective

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As we heard more and more news about COVID-19, I remember feeling both afraid and not-afraid of the virus. I felt almost fatalistic; it seemed like there wasn’t really anything any of us could do about it anyway, leading to a kind of immobility.

You might get it, you might not. I’ve shared my body with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) for 28 years, over half my life; in my experience, the body would do what it was going to do.

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