We’re isolated. We’re anxious. We’re in mourning. And some of us are incredibly fortunate.
"Separated from my traditional social support structures, I feel alone, isolated, and anxious."
For some, the pandemic is an inconvenience, says a former Lehman Brothers executive. For others, it’s life and death.
Empty shelves at the supermarket have led to a rush on seed supplies as people start planting fruits and vegetables.