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Coronavirus Crisis: 5 Books to Read While You’re Self-Isolating at Home

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Coronavirus Crisis: 5 Books to Read While You’re Self-Isolating at Home
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Coronavirus Crisis: 5 Books to Read While You’re Self-Isolating at Home

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All of France has been staying home since Monday. I know people who have not taken holidays or a day off in four or five years now, to keep their businesses afloat. Who knows how this crisis will affect them.

The news of ‘confinement’ has brought to some, joy, but to many tears. This thing we call liberté we took it for granted―in a matter of 48 hours it was taken away from us in order to save lives. They said it shouldn’t be difficult to stay on a couch, and to be honest, for me, it may be the easiest thing. Here is one of the easiest things you can do while being stuck at home: reading. And here are great five books to add to your reading list.



Coronavirus Crisis: 5 Books to Read While You’re Self-Isolating at Home

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Coronavirus Crisis: 5 Books to Read While You’re Self-Isolating at Home

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Dana is a fragile dreamer, they say, arriving in Paris four years ago, for love, and the city has been constantly changing her life since then. Hers is a world of books, (Marguerite Duras, Simone de Beauvoir, Anne Berest), expos, long walks sur les quais de Seine, pink skies, fine wine and peonies.
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  • chelsea w said...

    I’m reading The Body Keeps The Score right now, actually! It’s hard to take in at some places, but the author eventually explains some of the concepts that are hard to grasp later on in the book. If he doesn’t, sometimes you just have to try to re-read what you don’t understand or research it on your own. It’s really fascinating. I worked with homeless veterans for years who had PTSD, and my best friend has PTSD as well, so not only am I reading it as a book to just read, but as a book to gain knowledge about what they have gone through and go through on a daily basis. I’d definitely recommend it to others.

    • Hi Chelsea,

      Thanks so much for your insightful thoughts on the book and for seconding the recommendation.

      Stay safe & sending love,
      TIG

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