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What a Tiny Red Car Taught Me About Surviving COVID-19 and 2021 With Suicidal Ideation

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I remember burning rubber, the twisting of tires, and I remember a promise, unbroken. I celebrated my birthday a few months ago, in early February.

I usually don’t mention birthdays much, but this was a special day amidst a special era. In the United States, more than 590,000 people have died in over a year due to a largely preventable COVID-19 tragedy.

Within that context, a birthday takes on a more specific meaning. It means I’m still here. I’m alive. Something I wouldn’t dare take for granted in 2021.

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