The Experience of the Have Nots during the United States' Coronavirus Pandemic

I feel depressed as my family and I continue to endure the Covid-19 Pandemic. The only thing I can think to do at this point is to write my frustrations out.

Last year, I tried to keep my spirits up by throwing myself into working alot. I was, at one time, pulling 12 hour days on a regular basis. I felt Mom guilt because I didn’t…

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