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Road Trip -- A Good Way to Cope

I think many of us who were sequestered with family during the recent quarantine know how that feels. In this intense level of isolation, submerged issues float to the surface. But most people I know found with the time with their partners or families knit them more closely together. As we plow through the annoyances, we are forced to resolve rather than flee.

I think our lockdowns have resulted in a rare of self-reflection and we may not like what our forced-reflections reveal to us. Our long standing differences and frustrations have been brought to the fore and presented us with a problem we have to solve.

As we move forward, I imagine our nation as a big messy family stuck in a station wagon heading down the highway. We know where we want to go, but we don't exactly know how to get there. I think we will figure it out and many of us will do it together.

Thankfully, we don't have a choice except to make it work -- after all, we are family.

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