When Re-Entry and Postpartum Anxiety Collide
7 days ago - By Scary Mommy
I was going 55 mph in the fast lane of the Bay Bridge when I realized I hadn't driven at night in over a year. Cars buzzed around me like flies. Had nighttime driving always been this dizzying? Should it even be legal? Also, more topically, aren't you a thousand times more likely to die in a car accident than from COVID ?
I was headed to my friend's outdoor birthday dinner, my first “re-entry” into the social world-and the first time I'd been away from my four-month-old son and three-year-old twins since the start of the pandemic. The group was largely vaccinated , the Bay Area numbers...
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