It lies in our ability to adapt to it rather than control conditions. For example, if you’ve been laid off from work because of the pandemic, you might be upset and angry.
You have every right to feel this way, and you mustn’t deny your emotions. But if we think on a larger scale, losing one’s job is a minor trouble compared to someone losing a loved one due to COVID-19.By reassessing our situation, we can zoom out of our life and understand that while our situation is difficult, it is not the end of the world.
We may decide to upskill through further education and find work in other areas. But losing a loved one to an illness is tragic and there is nothing we can do.Read more on thoughtcatalog.com