Thanks, Covid-19

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Like many families, Covid-19 separated me from my parent — he has heart problems — and during those first months of quarantine, when we were all waiting for vaccinations, it didn’t make sense to put his health at risk. Truthfully, it was a relief to not have to see him…

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Blogging about mental illness, narcissistic abuse & survival, feminism, politics. Essayist, journalist, novelist, wife, mom, Kansan, repro rights activist.

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