It's been an... interesting week. If you had told me last week Tuesday or Wednesday that, here in Michigan, all schools would be shut down, businesses closed, events canceled, and people confined to their houses until further notice, I would not have believed you. This type of rapidly spreading, deadly virus is something I'd expect to read about in apocalyptic literature, not the news. And yet, this is the situation in which we find ourselves. As a counselor and, more importantly, a human being, I am asking myself the best way to process through these events and my own thoughts and feelings.
I've seen several ideas and recommendations for "how to socially distance" and the best way to structure your day if you're stuck at home. Many in the medical profession have offered advice as to what supplies we should be stocking up on and how to care for those who are sick. These types of information are va ...