What Covid Has Taught Me

Sometimes even the experts don’t have the answers. When Covid first entered our lives, we felt blindsided. We were afraid, and we didn’t know how to protect ourselves, so we turned to the expert for answers. The problem with that was the experts didn’t have the answers. The recommendations seemed to change daily, and it caused people to lose faith in the people they need to trust. I can appreciate it more when someone says they don’t have a definitive answer than when someone continually sends out information that fluctuates each day.

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My specialties are education, running, parenting, and self-help. My book 101 Tips to Lighten Your Burden can be found on Amazon. My blogwww.jenniferswriting.org

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Jennifer Bonn

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My specialties are education, running, parenting, and self-help. My book 101 Tips to Lighten Your Burden can be found on Amazon. My blogwww.jenniferswriting.org

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