How Much Longer Do We Have To Wait?
Johns Hopkins Center for Adolescent Health
"ONE THING THAT IS REALLY IMPORTANT FOR ADULTS IS TO REMEMBER TO ALLOW THEIR KIDS TO GRIEVE OVER THEIR LOSSES. ... THEIR GRIEF OVER WHAT THEY ARE EXPERIENCING—OR NOT GETTING TO EXPERIENCE—IS REAL AND PARENTS NEED TO GIVE THEM TIME TO PROCESS IT." Beth Marshall - Associate director, Johns Hopkins Center for Adolescent Health
“While the grief may not be same in each case, this feeling of suppressed anger, vague restlessness, bleak uncertainty, and emotional fatigue is real for each one of us breathing today. We, as a world are grieving together.”― Anindita Das, What The Pandemic Learned From Me
“This pandemic is world reset. We have a chance to do something extraordinary. As we head out of this pandemic we can change the world.”― Johnny Corn
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