On March 7, 2020, the first case of corona virus was reported in Minnesota.  Immediately people went into panic mode and started to hoard such things as toilet paper and water.  When the virus turned into a worldwide pandemic, other things started disappearing from grocery and pharmacy shelves.  In less than two weeks, schools have closed their doors.  There are no live concerts, plays, sporting events, conventions or church services.  Jobs have been eliminated.  We’re hoping for money to tide us over from the government.  The streets are virtually empty.  Parking lots are vacant too.  We’re now in the process of waiting.

For those who suffer from separation anxiety, PTSD, panic attacks or fear this is a time of more than waiting.  So far we’ve seen positive sides of the waiting game as children are learning to be educated at home – parents are struggling to keep a semblance of…

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