Every day of quarantine, I have set the goal of studying two hours in the morning for a national psychology licensing exam. I’ve been able to meet that goal, with a few exceptions.
In mid-March, I started experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, and it was way too hard to focus on a computer screen without getting a massive migraine, let alone digest any information when all my body wanted to do was sleep.
Then there was this week. I sat to engage in study when two stories came to my attention. In one, Amy Cooper (a White woman) threatened Christian Cooper (a Black man) in a New York City park with a promise to call the police.Read more on psychologytoday.com