You and me both, sister. One day I’m fine, next I’m down. Is this REALLY our “new normal”? Is it temporary? For how long? Is there another wave coming? When? Will people going out today (work, shopping, dining) endanger people who’ve stayed in this whole time? When can I go see my parents? So many questions that just don’t seem to have any answers. Katy Perry is right there with us.
Besides the Coronavirus, many people are suffering other health issues, including mental ones, such as depression. Katy Perry took to Twitter sharing that, “sometimes i don’t know what’s worse trying to avoid the virus or the waves of depression that come with this new norm (sic)”
Rosie O’Donnell agreed with the “Never Wore White” singer commenting, “I feel ya.” Many people are experiencing new things and how to handle life during this time.
Being that Katy is pregnant, the one good thing about being quarantined is that she’s been able to spend more time with family and find the “balance” she’ll need as a mother.
Katy has been quarantined with her family for eight weeks and she’s been exposed to a range of children, from ages eight months to her step-son, Flynn, who is nine-years-old.
Have you felt depressed during quarantine? How are you processing society’s new norms?