Why Life During a Pandemic Feels So Surreal
Psychiatrist Fredrick Matzner:
My wife actually said this to me just a couple of days ago: “It’s like there’s no future.”
What she meant was we can’t plan for the future, because in the age of the coronavirus, we don’t know what we’ll be doing in six months, or even tomorrow. We’re stuck in a new kind of everlasting present.
And so everything seems completely otherworldly
Good article on the surreality, created by the Corona crisis