CLOSE Reviewed editor-in-chief David Kender shares creative ways to keep your kids engaged while you’re stuck at home. USA TODAYIf you feel you’ve been robbed, you’re not alone.The coronavirus pandemic has taken a lot, and not just in terms of health or loved ones. It has stolen school from the kids and hard-earned graduation ceremonies. It has delayed trips and weddings and even funerals. It has taken dreams from athletes training for the Olympics, the NCAA basketball tournament, the Boston Marathon. It has consumed jobs, paychecks and retirement funds.School closings: Will states need to hold kids back, institute summer school?The coronavirus has seized our autonomy, our sense of safety and the false but comforting belief that we can predict the dangers ahead. “What many of us are feeling is that something was taken from us that shouldn’t have been taken,” said Patricia Frazier, a psychology professor at the University of Minnesota who studies how to function in the face of stress and trauma. “Some things you can probably get back, and some things you can’t.” Get daily coronavirus updates in your inbox: Sign up for our newsletter now.Stay connected, even when we’re all apart. Join our Coronavirus Watch Facebook group. The #coronavirus has affected everyone. I had to cancel my family trip to @WaltDisneyWorld, miss most of what would be a


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