How to Quarantine Without Getting a Divorce, Killing Your Kids, or Kicking Out Your Roommate
“Here's a great mindset to take on: 'I am the biggest sinner in my house.' And so that means that everyone else in my house, they're constantly having to show me patience. They're constantly having to show me forgiveness.“ Doctors aren't the only ones with grim predictions. Divorce lawyers are expecting an increased demand for their services as a result of this pandemic. It's one thing to love someone; it's another thing to spend every moment of every day with them. How do you do it without getting angry or going mad? Try reframing the situation with some verses and ideas from Keith and Patrick. Does all this panic have you thinking about existential questions and the end of time? You're not alone.
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