I’m sorry you have to experience this, but am glad that it is just a temporary experience for you and your family. I personally know how difficult it is (times 1000 or more).
Hopefully if you actually do become ill, it will pass quickly and there will be no lasting effects.
It is more than likely that most of you will have all the medical assistance, food, toilet paper, and everything else that you will need to have available to deal with basic creature comforts and needs, so it will be just the habitual and a few social comforts that are temporarily disrupted for you.
Did you know that more than a few people are not as fortunate, and experience this kind of segregation full time, with no vacations, with few, if any of the relatively easily accessible (to most) basic amenities? And they aren’t criminals!
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Posted in Accessibility, Community, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Fragrance, Health, Human Rights, Public Health
Tagged accessibility barriers, allergies, chemical sensitivity, fragrance-free, hazardous air pollutants, human canary, invisible disabilities, MCS, multiple chemical sensitivities, quarantine, social isolation, systemic discrimination
The ideas and photos I am sharing are not designed specifically for people with MCS/ES, but they can be easily adapted to meet our needs.
The majority of people who celebrate Christmas do it with decorations, parties, and gifts, perhaps with a visit to church, if possible. For people with MCS/ES, all of these traditions, as currently practiced, can be seriously problematic, if not downright impossible.
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Posted in Air Quality, Chemicals, Child Health, Fragrance, Gifts, Health, Imagination, Inspiration, Nature, non-toxic
Tagged Christmas, Christmas tree, holidays, MCS, Mold, multiple chemical sensitivities, non-toxic, pesticides, real or artificial?, social isolation, toxic chemicals