Joy. It’s What’s for Dinner

My Homemade Recipe for Coping

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This article is submitted to the June-August writing competition on creativity and resilience.

Coping with any stress, any pain, any trying circumstances, is very personal.

‘Personal’ should not be confused with ‘alone.’

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