Becoming Comfortable with the Unknown

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Like many of us, my family contracted covid over the past two weeks. My kids and their dad picked it up on the way home from a holiday flight to see their grandma. After two years of this, we’re all familiar with the isolation, the waiting for symptoms, and now the search for at-home test kits or test appointments. I’ve had a lot of time to ponder my impatient reactions to the waiting, and the fear of the unknown.

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Leadership coach & champion of difficult people; designer of human experiences; ex-Facebook; surfer, traveller, mom; tuttitaygerly.com

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Leadership coach & champion of difficult people; designer of human experiences; ex-Facebook; surfer, traveller, mom; tuttitaygerly.com

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