The Overly Informed Parent's Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental Guilt by Paige Wolf

Counting in the Time of COVID-19 Quarantine

March 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

[caption id="attachment_13261" align="alignnone" width="508"] When the streets are empty, you notice things that were always there.[/caption] Ever since I was a child, I’ve been counting days. I counted the days until I could see my crush again.  With ticks in a notebook, I counted down until the end of the school year and the start of vacation. I used an app to count down the days of my pregnancy – and the second time, when I couldn’t wait any longer, I was (safely) induced.) I’m not a patient person.And when I was recovering from Sepsis, which has about a 60% mortality rate, I could only count upwards, knowing that every day that passed would make me stronger until I didn’t need to count anymore. Who could conceive of this new reality when counting would lose its meaning? I’ve been in...

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