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Love Story in Quarantine

We're Stuck: An Unconventional Love Story in Quarantine

By Nikhil BhowmikPublished 2 years ago 8 min read

We're Stuck: An Unconventional Love Story in Quarantine

Neil Kramer (NK) and Sophia Lansky (SL)

SL: How do you feel when you put your ex-wife and your mother in your apartment?

Nagorno-Karabakh: Most of our battles have been over space. We only have two rooms, so I tried a lot in the bathtub and spent time outside.

SL: I said, I can get a room and you'll rest in the lounge.

NK: I thought it would last a month, not two years. However, we almost became dependent on each other's patience.

For a few minutes, I would come around 3am and we would hug each other.

The main question of my comrades is what happened to you and Sophia? Are you really together Is it true that you are going to get married again? At the end of the day, we will never get married again. Can we say we are right? [Laughter] I'm not advising you right now.

SL: No, we are not.

NK: I think we're exchanging extremes in a way. Part of it became a little dangerous in our married life, but it did not affect the kinship between us.

SL: I don't see that you are a partner. I think of you as my family, not half of me.

NK: I hope you are open to the long run.

SL: Yes, most likely.

NK: So, what will happen to this relationship?

SL: We have nothing but each other. I usually feel that you will always find a place in my circle. Assuming I win the jackpot, I'll give you the money. I will not leave you when you are sick.

NK: I mean, what do you take from this experience as we move in different directions?

SL: There were a lot of scary conflicts and a lot of emotions. Just like life. I also thought I would erase your kindness. Anyway, that's how I cherish you.

NK: I think the funny thing about the last few years is that there is no one else. For example, even though we live in New York City, millions of cities ...

SL: For the past two years, New York has been a city of three. Also, I don't want to go through this experience without you.

A short love story: "Not good enough,

Never skinny enough "

Rest, then a little nice

My other half is wearing an expensive sprinter for a respirator. "Goh is near," he said, uncomfortably - as we lay in bed. Her shaky inner breathing was making me nervous. For now, he's just calling me the "progressive rest period." When I saw the beast in his face, I remembered the pain he had suffered for my comfort. So when he provokes me in broad daylight, I try to respond more gently ("Always walk in front of me while climbing? That's fine!"). The device is designed to help us relax, but the real change is the newly found conscious comfort. - Melissa Gregg

It is never too late to love yourself

For most of my life, I hope I never did what I had to do, never got enough or never got enough skin. It amazes those who know that I am a strong and positive woman, a generous mentor and mother of two. Unfortunately, the fourth stage of pancreatic disease - the end of depression - made me proud, the evil growth body or something attacked. I get bored, and I get it, because I usually do. No matter how long I live, I cherish my flawed ideals. Sarah Wakeman

All answers

"Your kids don't have to bring Valentine," said the fourth-grade teacher, "but if they do, they'll ask for one for each student." "Do you want to waste class energy on this?" One parent answered the phone, and a long email chain jumped on the adults. I’m not interested in drawing, I’m looking at my work and the strength of my three children. Yet, for a long time, my youngest daughter, Shiloh, wrote to her classmates at night: words of comfort, praise, and companionship ভাষা a language parents neglect to use. I want to answer all the questions, "Time is spent sharing expressions of kindness." - Jessica Keith

The winter sun

We are working in the coldest sunlight of the year, and in February a rare 67 degrees dipped our shoes into the shallow grass. “He brought this environment,” I thought. I found "Annie" which was announced to my father. Behind her are Susan, her promoters and other advertising partners. Of the four children, I am the one who specifically shares my father's phone. I was with my family and people, laughing at our party and thinking, "I can't wait to call my dad and tell him who I saw." Then, breathtaking and wonderful memories of why we came together. After that, I let go of my dirty shoes. - Abby Alton Schwartz

Love Is 13 Minutes of Madness for Season 2 of Season 2

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The value of worship: an epidemic-inspired mental strategy

For a long time, Debbie Montgomery Johnson never told anyone that a man had seduced her for more than a million dollars, and that she had kissed a man with whom she had confessed that she was in love, no matter what.

"It shouldn't have happened to me," the businessman and former Air Force official told AFP from his Florida home, a model for those who have been gradually deceived by people they see and trust online.

However, large numbers of people have been deceived by scandals known as "emotional deception," and their numbers skyrocketed during the Covid-19 epidemic, when lockdown triggered individuals seeking online imprisonment remedies.

The US Federal Trade Commission says sentiment stunts hit a record $ 547 million in 2021 after its consumers responded to the Sentinel Network scandal. This is a significant increase of about 80% over the previous year.

These numbers limit the vertical patterns in the first year of the epidemic. Respondents to the FTC have lost $ 1.3 billion to these scams in recent years, most of which are extortion ratings.

However, the FTC noted that this is only an indication of the larger picture, as most errors have not yet been reported.

Tim McGuinness, founder of the nonprofit Citizens Against Relationship Fraud (SCARS), said the numbers came in the light of "all intent on using the Internet as a tool of isolation, frustration and electoral professionalism".

- Corona virus offers new strategies -

The FTC warns that the lockdown has resulted in positive covid test and cancellation of scams that lead to mental content fraud.

A male Vigilance Association told Silent Victim No More that Kovid presumably gave a reason to "rescue" his so-called sweetheart.

"Coronavirus helps scammers," he wrote.

In the end, he searched the opposite of the photos you sent and found them - but only after spending $ 400,000 on visa fees and other emergency expenses.

The advantage of the story

With the development of caution - assisting in online gatherings and discussions and, surprisingly, a new novel from "Tinder Hustlers" on Netflix - many actually surrender to the spread of deception and instead enter the wounded heart.

Whenever Montgomery Johnson, now in his 60s, learns about the scale of the problem, how he started two years later, in 2010, an oncoming man used him to make him feel like "family."

He has spoken extensively, authored a book, The Woman Behind the Smile, and joined SCARS's flagship organization, which has reached nearly 7,000,000 victims since 2015.

"I'm looking for a civilian citizen," she said, engaging in online dating after the death of her other husband.

He said it was not normal to donate money, but it "made my heart flutter."

"He's the mastermind," said McGuinness, who survived a mental breakdown. The collaboration "will continue as a normal discussion, after which, in fact, they will use a somewhat determined approach to begin preparations."

Many scammers based in West Africa will take on fake personalities, often saying that they work abroad, travel a lot or work in the military - giving immediate reasons why they can't meet face to face.

After a personal call, they demanded a cash wire transfer in exchange for a boarding pass, visa fee, medical fee, or any other emergency - a guarantee that they would continue to pay when they finally reunited.

At the time, the web was an area with minimal costs and tremendous returns, but scammers often worked in groups, now hunting down everything from Instagram to online games like Words with Friends.

"You can start a conversation with someone, and there are scammers out there," McGuinness said.

- No body talk -

Another change is that more young people are retaining it, with the Federal Trade Commission reporting that the number of Americans aged 18 to 29 reporting increased more than 10 times between 2017 and 2021.

The rise of digital currency is filling scandals with fake speculation, but gift certificates and bank transfers that are not found are more common.

McGuinness said people in their twenties and thirties were "often deceived and paid less", while more experienced people were "more deceived, but they weren't used to it."

Victims often remain silent about their conflicts, fearing investigation and judgment.

In the years following the confusion, Montgomery Johnson knew more people who made relatively false statements, "but no one was talking."

"My heart suddenly changed and I no longer had to focus on myself," he said. "That's what I can do ... scream and live. Voice."


About the Creator

Nikhil Bhowmik

HI, I am Nikhil Bhowmik.I passed Master Degree in Mathematics.I also passed Master in Library and Information Science.I write blog, articles and courses in my personal website. I also write articles to medium,Hub-pages and Facebook.

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