New Essay on Resilience and COVID-19 for The Atlantic
I’m thrilled to have written my first piece for The Atlantic. The premise: COVID-19 has brought death. And fear. And emotional, financial, and spiritual pain. But we humans are remarkably resilient. I think we’re underestimating our plague-defying, atrocity-surviving grit, as I explain in this essay (and quasi-pep talk).
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