Housebound advice from a long-term housebound person, boosts ok Show more
I'm going to post a long thread on how to cope better if you're stuck indoors at the moment. I've been housebound by disability for a long while now, and sporadically housebound due to depression and agoraphobia before that. These are things that have improved how I deal with that. This is not gonna make houseboundness painless for you but it might help you cope. Disabled comrades are welcome to share their own advice to this thread.
Well, how irritating. If I still had Kindle Unlimited, I could read Carla Kelly's _Summer Campaign_, my #TBRChallenge book, in ebook.
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I want to thank everyone here who did not pooh pooh my decision not to go to that event. Someone who went just tested positive.
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I went back to Twitter because I had to check on the people I care about and some of them are living my worst nightmare.
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Just so you know, if you get registered at Kaiser Permanente (starting a chart with them shouldn't cost anything)
Over-the-phone appointments with a doctor to screen your symptoms has no copay--its free. You don't even need a primary care doc for it.
Furthermore, lab tests to ensure whether you have contracted COVID-19 are considered nurse-only visits: not billable. Basically, free.