One thing is becoming clear as we pass the two-month milestone of our current COVID-19 global pandemic: I don’t like uncertainty.
I like feeling in charge of tomorrow’s plans. I like things that make sense to me. I like being pretty sure of what’s coming up next. But precious little certainty exists any more for me (or for anybody else – including those tiresome politicians pretending to know). I’m not sure of very much these days and by now, I’ve had enough of uncertainty.
But I do like the way psychotherapist Nancy Colier explained this level of pandemic uncertainty recently. She compared it to “hitting the wall” during the last few miles of running a 26.2-mile marathon. . .
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