When I wrote my March “Defining Moments” column, everything was new about the coronavirus as it made its sudden appearance in our lives. A powerful force, completely out of our control, took us from running around with our hair on fire to being at a complete standstill. Our plans and dreams were put on hold. Suddenly, we had to adopt new ways of functioning in all areas of our lives, and the uncertainty was overwhelming to many of us. There were so many questions and so few answers; it was hard to know how to react. Our worlds were turned upside down, and we realized how little control we really had. No one was exempt. And the fear of a deadly disease we knew little about took over our psyches. We had to sit tight and reimagine and reinvent ourselves in order to survive.
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