Thriving post-pandemic will take time, patience, and grace. I'm up for it

During the pandemic, I lost my dad, my uncle and his wife, and a beloved in-law. A sibling was diagnosed with cancer, my daughter was rattled by health issues on the other side of the country, and the dog died. I also lost weight and got healthy, started formally studying positive psychology, and watched in awe as my husband — who was adopted at birth — discovered a raft of biological half siblings who are just lovely. Through it all I’ve been able to hang onto my house and my job while so many others have lost their homes and livelihoods in the global shutdown. I feel both lucky and guilty ab…

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