Facts on pandemic

It is hard enough being a person with cerebral palsy let alone having to deal with everyday challenges, now we are facing covid19 and being told to stay in our homes as a precaution and in some states only go out when absolutely necessary. I am floored at the panic and all restrictions as I sit in the er at 2:30 with my husband, I as precaution was not allowed back in the er with him which in return  raised anxiety for him cuz he feels more comfortable with having me listen to what doctors are saying. Poor guy. Anyway, it amazes me though at all the restrictions. It is important to take precaution and be wise then to not take heed at all. It is bothersome that not only are the proper authorities trying to containing this virus now there is rumors that are needed to be comforted with. In the reading material you will find a list of facts concerning this pandemic. The reading sets apart facts from rumors. I am thankful for technology so that we can still socialize with each other because socialization is important and healthy for every individual on all levels physically, emotional, mentally and spiritually. Try to keep your daily routine as productive as possible that to helps with stress and anxiety. Happy reading everyone. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/share-facts.html

Author: My cerebral palsy life

I became a writer in 2010, then I pursued an education in health care administration. Working to get a medical coding certificate to add to my professional titles. I and my husband have 2 adult children, 2 dogs. I was a single mother of two for 18 years. I have personal experience in health care as a cna, mental health and raising children with developmental disabilities. I am an advocate for the disabled as I was born with cerebral palsy and have learned to overcome challenges in life. My motto is life lessons are to be teachable, to educate, share our skills and learn to understand others that we encounter on life's journey.

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