I wrote about my family’s experience over the past two weeks as my husband has been seriously sickened by the coronavirus. This was not easy to write, but I had to
In response to Jessica Lustig's essay, our readers are sharing their own stories on how they're coping and caring for sick loved ones. Thank you all for sharing your experiences with us during this difficult time. ❤
Read. This. Piece... and then explain to me that you’re comfortable letting this virus run. Its course for the sake of the economy.
A grueling, deeply moving, must-read story from deputy editor about caring for her husband, who tested positive for Covid last week.
This searing, heartbreaking, clear-eyed essay by , on tending to a husband with the virus, is a must-read for all the world. Share this with everyone you know, and let’s do what it takes to stop it.
“I am consumed with trying to keep us safe.” When ’s husband got sick with coronavirus, their world became one of isolation, round-the-clock care, panic and uncertainty — even as society carried on with all too few changes
Sending all the love and strength to and her wonderful family. Please read this gripping story. Inside your home. And then stay there no matter what anyone tells you.
“The few people walking past us on the sidewalk don’t know that we are visitors from the future. A vision, a premonition, a walking visitation. This will be them: Either T, in the mask, or — if they’re lucky — me, tending to him.”
A devastating portrait of what it’s like when your loved one is struck with Coronavirus, by my colleague ⁦⁩. Thank you, ⁦⁩ for your vulnerability and bravery.
Anyone who thinks the "cure is worse than the disease" hasn't had the disease. They should all be required to read this before mouthing off further: #COVID19
Please please read about people now living in our future: What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With Coronavirus
Posting this harrowing essay again If you haven't radically changed how you live, start now. Especially if you're in NYC or another dense urban area. The life you save may be your own—and someone else's. #COVID19
"They blissfully go about their ordinary lives, experiencing the news as a vast communal experience, sharing memes about how hard it all is, while we’re living in our makeshift sick ward, living in what will soon be the present for more and more of them"
"Our world became one of isolation, round-the-clock care, panic and uncertainty — even as society carried on around us with all too few changes."
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What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With Coronavirus
If you're not taking it seriously yet, read this please.
If you know someone who thinks COVID isn't such a big deal, then read this about a 56yo and his family in New York. What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With Coronavirus
This story by is gutting—and the ultimate tale of marital and filial love.
This is a horrible disease — for those who have it, of course, but also for their families. A harrowing essay from
Wow this piece. So difficult to read, and I can only imagine what it took to write. I don't know , but I'm sending her all my love.
“Now we live in a dystopian story." takes you into the nightmare of caring for a loved one with the coronavirus.
It’s a privilege to count ⁦⁩ and her husband as friends. What a harrowing story of COVID19 and a moving portrait of selfless love. Whoever says the economy will be stronger by allowing Americans to endure this agony is a charlatan.
And somehow, somehow the great pulled off this package, while also doing this
What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With Coronavirus
I murmur hoarsely about anomie too... but honestly, this is heart-rending.
“I am consumed with trying to keep us safe.” When 's husband got sick with coronavirus, their world became one of isolation, round-the-clock care, panic and uncertainty — even as society carried on with all too few changes
NY Times first-person account - heart-rending. What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With #Coronavirus
this is not how it has to be
This is very well written and very hard to read. ‘What I Learned When My Husband Got Sick With Coronavirus”
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