Americans in states which (so far) minimal numbers of infections view as “someone else’s problem, happening somewhere else”, and so are angered that something like that is causing them inconveniences. It’s likely when the disease is killing seniors in their local nursing homes, and flooding their small hospitals with patients (assuming that there any in or around their town), the current protests will be a thing of the past. They’ll be replaced by scared and angry people expecting the sympathy and the empathy from others that they themselves were unwilling to give.
My in laws were divorced and I was never angry at his father. His mother though hated me when I moved here. She called me names and judged me before getting to know me. She was also a Sunday school teacher. I don’t care for people that pretend to be one way and act another. I guess you could say I tolerated her and was nice to her until she seen I was a good person who cares about her son and his kids. She loves me now. The inlaws from my first husband, not real angry.
He tried to tell me one time I was embarrassing my four year old by picking him up and carrying him home because he was throwing a fit and didn’t want to go. I just told him if the way my son was acting didn’t embarrass him, my carrying him off wouldn’t either. He never said anything like that again.I loved them, they were great. Don’t choose a ToDo application. For instance, take your favorite hobby and build an application for it. It doesn’t need to be a full fledged application. If you like mathematics, implement a calculator. Start small.
It’s not exactly inappropriate, but this crushed me. When I was 11, I started having chest pains. We went to the doctor and they ran a couple tests. All of them were normal, so they couldn’t do anything. By the time I was 12, I had a long list of symptoms that included difficulty breathing, loss of consciousness, dizziness, headaches, weak legs, and many other issues.