Love (and Self-Love) in the Time of COVID

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Originally published on December 7, 2020.

The early stages of quarantine were an exciting time for me. My fiancé Jessica and I had bought our first cat together, and we were looking forward to what we thought would be a mini staycation with each other and our new fur baby. Granted, we both had to work from home, but being an introvert, I now had a legal and moral reason to not be social.

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content writer | mental wellness advocate | dabbler extraordinaire | dog & cat dad | certified nerd

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