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What to Do With the Weird Things You Learn About Yourself in Isolation

Quarantine has illuminated my most annoying traits. But that might be a good thing.

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JJournalist Rebecca Solnit recently wrote in the New York Times that “every disaster shakes loose the old order,” and though she was talking about political regimes, I’m finding it to be true of personal…

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Writer | The Ringer, SF Chronicle, Human Parts, Forge, Oaklandside | Editor-in-Chief: PS I Love You. Twitter @dmowriter. Web

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