COVID Guilt

Written by Sisters

February 3, 2021

The sisters discuss the tragic stories everyone has heard of family members who have passed Covid to each other resulting in the death of a loved one.  Guilt is such a common word for the surviving faint members to use when speaking of the relationship with a deceased loved one. Guilt by definition is the intent to do harm.  Sharon and Erica break down the definition of guilt to help the surviving family members truly identify what it is they are really feeling.

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