Losing a job for any reason is a troubling experience, but it’s especially terrible when the situation isn’t your fault. It can be really hard to pick yourself up from that and potentially have to depend on others for a while, admitted the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor Selena5000 had enough of it after […] More
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There are a lot of reasons to quit a job, especially during a pandemic. Not being appreciated, being overworked, burnout—even simple boredom.

Staying in a job you hate is soul-sucking, so it's no surprise that a lot of folks have decided to move on to bigger and better things recently.

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The pandemic upended many of our lives, and the stress only added to our anxiety from either worrying about succumbing to the virus or going crazy after months of self-isolation.

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These last nineteen months and counting have been challenging to say the least. A lot of people have fallen into despair. And before Covid we were already in dark times.

The even bigger issue is that when we discuss this pandemic that there is a lack of important discussion about the effects of this pandemic.

This is not the time to be quiet. If you're in pain, if you're terrified or lost, speak up, speak out. Because times aren't heading back to normal anytime soon, and with frank discussion comes preparation and community.

We can survive, but be we can't stay silent.

Redditor u/dis_2much wanted us all to share about life with and after COVID, by asking:

What are some of the darker effects Covid-19 has had that we don't talk about?
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Here we are, eighteen months into the pandemic. Life is moving forward, Delta be damned. We were told that one day the world would function again. So what did we learn in our isolation? Did we decide about what comes next? Everybody must have compiled a few ideas about what is going to enrich our lives going beyond Covid.

What are some of the ideas and plans that have been pushed to the fore front? Is it finally time to skydive? Or maybe paint the house that color only you love? Let's discuss...

Redditor u/Gulfcoastpest wanted to hear all about everyone's exciting plans post COVID, by asking:

(Post COVID) what is on your bucket list?
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