Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The COVID-19 pandemic has taken all of us a bit by surprise. It has also made new talking point terms part of our daily vocabulary; phrases like “social-distancing,” “self-isolating,” “shelter-in-place,” quarantining and other “stay home” directives, are now part of our daily dialogue.Life as we knew it, just even a few weeks ago, has changed so dramatically and exponentially, that it hardly seems real.It feels like we are living in a futuristic science fiction movie rather than real life.JEANNIE CUNNION: CORONAVIRUS – LESSONS FROM A MOM OF 5 ABOUT PARENTING IN A PANDEMICAs a psychotherapist, I understand that the fears about getting the coronavirus are strongly aligned with concerns about feeling lonely, isolated, disconnected or separated from loved ones.As Americans, we are not used to having our personal freedoms restricted — even if it is for the greater good and protection of so many.I realize it’s easy to get caught up in the losses and limitations of the moment. That is why it’s especially important to not allow our fears, panic, and anxieties get the best of us.We are all in this together. And we will get through this. So, let’s make the

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