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Episode #1: Thank god for the internet / Social media makes chronic pain a little less hellish
In the age of coronavirus, the internet has become more important than ever in terms of how we work, how we play, and how we socialize. It’s hard to imagine living through this pandemic without it. Input editor-in-chief Joshua Topolsky recently wrote an ode to our current way of life called “Thank god for the internet.” He joins us to discuss his essay.
Living with chronic pain is hell. Oftentimes, doctors don’t have the answers, so people with chronic illnesses, especially the invisible kind, turn to social media for advice and support. Input news editor Cheyenne MacDonald, who suffers from chronic pain herself, recently wrote about the importance of the internet in her life. She joins us to discuss.
Read the original Input stories here:
- What the hell would be happening now without the internet?
- Living with chronic pain is hell. Social media makes it a little less grim
- Related: A queer night in: Getting lost at Club Quarantine
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