John’s wife is in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit. She’s a healthy 35-year-old, yet her organs are failing. Doctors aren’t sure exactly what’s wrong, but because of the COVID-19pandemic, John can’t visit his wife in the hospital. John opened up to his friend Milly, and Milly feels like she’s not doing enough to help. On the verge of tears, she told me, “I have no idea how to comfort him.” Click here to read more…
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