Personally, I have very mixed feelings about the pandemic since it hit in March(ish). In that month, I started working from home. Eventually, I switched jobs in August because I wanted to be a little more on the front line, as crazy as that sounds. I work as a CPS in mental health services. That means I have my own issues. In August, I started working at Einstein hospital. Part of me has always felt like I need to actually do something and hold myself accountable, especially when the crap hits the fan. Call it courage; call it foolhardiness; however you want to call it, I happen to have a big heart and want to be part of a solution, any solution, to this mess that we find ourselves in, sometimes regardless of the mental toll that can take on me.
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