Day 9 of Quarantine- Almost To Complete Recovery

Today I woke up almost feeling like myself, as today I woke up with a sore chest. I am assuming that it’s from the coughing that occurred these last eight days. But the refreshing feeling that I got this morning was relief and comfort as I’ve made it to recovery without infecting anyone in theContinue reading “Day 9 of Quarantine- Almost To Complete Recovery”

Day 8 of Quarantine – Heading Towards Full Recovery

Today is a breath of fresh air, literally. Today is the first day I stopped gasping for air. Which at first was a constant occurrence when I first got it. Which in the beginning reminded me of the martial art days years ago when I would get the wind knocked out of me. Today, IContinue reading “Day 8 of Quarantine – Heading Towards Full Recovery”

Day 7 with COVID – The Official Recovery

Yesterday I had a follow up with the doctor, and according to the doctor. The worst is finally over. I was starting to lose taste which is slowly returning, but I’m not going to lie. It was kind of an extraordinary experience to have. The fascinating thing about not tasting was how my body andContinue reading “Day 7 with COVID – The Official Recovery”

Day 4 with COVID Quarantine

So as being a writer, everything becomes writing material. I decided to make my COVID quarantine a blog as many people are curious about how this feels. Which is the widespread consensus on the fear that people have of this pandemic, seeming to be that the majority gain denial and resentment. As many rationalize withContinue reading “Day 4 with COVID Quarantine”

The Double Edge Sword That is Victimhood

Many of us think of victimhood or a victimized mentality as an extreme behavior of making excuses for the things that people don’t tend to not take control of in their lives. However, there are many levels in the intentions of victimhood. Many of us, even though we may not admit it. Or tell ourselvesContinue reading “The Double Edge Sword That is Victimhood”

The Reality of Surviving A Pandemic As A Stereotype

So let me just say this, I am doing a lot better. And thankfully, it wasn’t COVID. But it scared the shit out of me. Why lie about it. The feeling that took over me was resentment and anger. Mainly toward society and the people who know better and think they above everyone else. BecauseContinue reading “The Reality of Surviving A Pandemic As A Stereotype”

The Ugly Truth About COVID-19 Unit Care – A COVID Unit Tale

Which shortly after happened at the beginning of March. About 70% of the staff ended up being skeptical that it would ever turn into something so tragic. Regardless of the pushback, the preparations did not stop. While America was getting quarantine, the hospitals were getting ready for the busiest and saddest moments of their lives.Continue reading “The Ugly Truth About COVID-19 Unit Care – A COVID Unit Tale”

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