it's been over a year since the pandemic began and we all went in2 lockdown. it's been rough. we lost many loved ones during this whole circus, and we have all been thru mental health struggles during these times. we used the internet as a way of escapism, we all have used zoom 4 school and communication, and we have lost many connections w/ friends, acquaintances, and/or any family.
what will life look like post-covid?
Reply by SuperrnovaKitty ฅ^•ﻌ•^ฅ
guy above me sucks their own toes up their booty.
Reply by Kylie
At this point it's kinda hard to imagine, I'm so used to it now that it's kinda weird, I feel like everyone else around me is getting super used to it too.
Reply by Jenga ★ミ
new. Almost everything in my life has changed since COVID became this
really important thing and I almost consistently feel like something
worse is coming. It's hard to believe anything is looking up but I also
am trying to do better than being defeatist all the time. Seeing so much
traumatizing and horrible news for over a year now paired with seeing
the absolute lack of basic human empathy in so many people has changed
my perception of the US but also just of people.
people have been lost and I came very close to losing my own father to
COVID and the idea that everybody that surrounds him in his social
circle are all vehemently denying the severity of the virus as well as
almost the entirety of our state feeling the same is... angering lol
I think life during COVID gave people time to figure out who they are in their interpersonal relationships. I realized hella imperfections in myself and in the world. (Not that I wasn’t already aware of a lot of them already.)
Reply by Samantha
Honestly at this point, I could give a fuck about a virus. If I catch it I catch it. I love halfway across the country from my family (career changes and shit) so it's not like I'm about to spread it to them. I'm damn tired of putting my life on hold for something I may or may not end up getting. I'm vaccinated. I wash my hands. I socially distance when I can. But shit, I just went to my first concert in well over a year last Saturday and I'm happy af I took that risk.
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Reply by Crash Test Dummy!1
i hate those idiots that dont think its real or are camping out infront of parliament bc they think the vaccine is sum sorta microchip or whatever. ppl are dying and being hospitalized all around them and they still keep those selfish opinions that dont benefit anyone not even themselves. some ppl who have died or have had close ppl die would have given anything for there to be a cure before then but those other bitches are just whining their asses off saying "nonono the latest facebook thread says that someone is trying to control us or whatever" like whats the logic behind that??????
Reply by 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝
I'm having more trouble adapting to the post-covid world than I did adapting to the pandemic tbh. Can't find solitude outdoors anymore because there's always other people around now. During the pandemic, I could go for a walk on a night and not see a single other person. It was awesome.
Reply by ratmorgve
I honestly really enjoyed the pandemic life and am having a hard time adapting. I´m so used to wering a mask constantly and now I feel so exposed without it. I was never one to go to crowded places and such but now it feels extra weird. Plus I miss online school so much, having in-person classes seems useless and a waste of time (with the traveling especially).
Reply by 𝕾𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖉𝖚𝖘𝖙_𝖂𝖎𝖙𝖈𝖍9
two or three types.
Reply by Minty
I think it's a misconception to believe we will ever truly be "post-COVID", in the same way we will never be post-flu. Variants/sublineages of this virus are going to continue circulating indefinitely.
Society has decided that it is moving on, tanking whatever losses may come.