What I Fear the Most During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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  • I fear that kids today will see mask wearing as the norm. They walk into a Walmart or a Target and see faces that are half obscured and covered. They no longer see people laughing and smiling. All they see is the fear in people’s faces as they stay apart from one another.
  • I fear that kids today will now grow up distancing themselves from their peers and other people around them. We are teaching them to stay away, stay apart, and don’t touch. This mentality is bound to affect them as they grow up.
  • I fear that this will last for years, bringing about even more deaths.
  • I fear that life will never go back to normal.

What do you fear most about the pandemic?

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Hi! I'm Helen and I am a 32 year old biracial millennial mom raising two multiracial children. I am a writer, English consultant, and social media manager. I am a self-proclaimed chocoholic.

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  2. I fear that when this is all over, people will forget that wearing masks when you’re sick or during flu season can be effective and helpful. I’m worried that my decision to continue masking and staying physically away from other people will suddenly be looked down on, when honestly it’s been really helping with my over-stimulation and social anxiety issues.

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