First wildfires, now coronavirus. Australians have had enough of trauma: Op-Ed
April 6, 2020
By The Globe and Mail
April 6, 2020, Sydney, Aus. – Jessica Friedmann is a writer and editor living in Australia. She is the author of Things That Helped: On Postpartum Depression.
Last weekend, we jumped into the car and drove down to the beach. I’d been longing for saltwater since the bushfires swept through, closing the road to the coast. It was the first time we’d driven that way in months, and fields we passed were startlingly green, where in memory they were dry as a bone. | READ MORE
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