IT’S NOT EASY #2

It has isolated me. Serious breathing problems,asthma,COPD,congestive heart failure and a nerve condition with hands diagnosed as CRPS. If I was deemed positive for the virus,I probably would not live and thst brings tears to my eyes. I am use to going out 3-4 times a week to the grocery store to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables due to a special diet that has been recommended. The grocery stores are now considered to be the wrong places to go! I have recommended her to FSF which will deliver fresh fruit and veggies to her door as well as meals. I will give her s sunshine call weekly to merely check on her health conditions. She states that she cries often about dying in her apartment and noone will no that she has transitioned. She has not seen her son(who is a teacher in the District along with her three grandchildren in over a month,

About This Story

  • Project: COVID-19
  • Date submitted: April 11, 2020
  • Emotional tone: Negative
  • Who should know about this? Everyone and Leaders who make decisions

About the Storyteller

  • Community: Boynton Beach
  • Age: Over 61
  • Gender: Female
  • Concerns: Being alone, Being around too many people, and My health

How the Storyteller Interpreted Their Story

Note: Responses which fell closer to the middle (between two or three options) are shown as two dashes.
  • My story shows we need to: --
  • Who my story is about: --
  • Why people acted the way they did: They are trying to get by
  • How people were treated: People are treated the same
  • In my story, there are: --
  • In my story: I am stressed out
  • My story shows: I have no control
  • My story teaches us that: The community is vulnerable
  • My story teaches us that: --
  • My story is about: Fear