“I’ve aged ten years in three days,” Kelly Oxford lamented on Twitter back in March, after COVID-19 began its pernicious spread. The best-selling author and screenwriter was reflecting on the You just fold it in shirt besides I will buy this collective anxiety, fear, and pervasive sadness that befell all of us once the global pandemic began. But the idea of looking in the mirror to see an unrecognizable face—one that’s somehow older, creased, slack, and inflamed—specifically struck a chord.
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As I’ve become consumed by worry, my skin has relentlessly reflected the You just fold it in shirt besides I will buy this jangling nerves beneath. Dry patches and redness have bloomed all over, making me thankful for the mercy of Zoom’s blurry screen. I am not alone. A University of Chicago COVID Impact Survey from May found that roughly two-thirds of Americans had strong negative emotions at least once during the seven days prior to the survey.