Coping With Coronavirus Grief: A Therapist Explains Why It's OK to Laugh in the Face of Tragedy
A growing number of people around the world are coping with some form of grief in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. For some, it is the grief of losing a loved one or a familiar way of life. It can even be grief over the loss of touch. Celebrity therapist Esther Perel explains for The New York Times how everyone is affected.