The Art of the Pandemic Meltdown
Under stress from every front, we’re having more meltdowns
Preston Woodruff held it together for months during the pandemic—working in his garden and making musical instruments in his workshop, sharing meals with his daughter and walking in the woods behind his home.
Then a sneeze sent him over the edge.
Mr. Woodruff was sleeping soundly when he woke to an uncomfortable feeling in his nose.
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