Reflecting During Coronavirus

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I created a survey to collect positive events and experiences that are happing during coronavirus. I received submissions from people all over the world and will be sharing them with you over the next few days (or weeks). Several people responded to the survey sharing the ways that they find joy in reflection during coronavirus.

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In the middle of this global epidemic, I had my left leg amputated because a cancerous tumor in my ankle fractured my leg. I was the only surgery in the hospital that day and I wasn’t able to have anyone with me during my hospital stay. While the coronavirus is certainly something to respect, realizing there are people who put themselves in harm’s way for the benefit of others makes me very grateful. I was fortunate to have doctors, nurses and therapists who agreed to help me.

Also, life can be a great detractor. Going to work, or to the gym, or even hanging out with friends can be a great escape from the things we don’t like about ourselves. Now that social distancing is forcing us to be alone with ourselves, many people don’t like what they see in the mirror. This is an excellent time for self-reflection and determining what we would like to fix about ourselves. Use COVID 19 as a way to become a better you.

What is stopping you from leading your uncommon and extraordinary life?

Terry Tucker, CO, USA

What’s keeping your sane or bringing your joy? Share by filling out the form.

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