"The thing that most frightens our children is that they have the false belief that this virus will kill us all," wrote the Craftsmen, bestselling author to parents, educators and young people, stressing that this virus is invisible to the naked eye scares also because, "always us living beings, we are afraid of what we may not do evil, and that you can not see it".
The therapist highlights some of the "truth that in this climate of alarm, they are told, but the people who accept much less." For example, that "the contagion has affected a very small number of people" and "the disease is localized to some specific areas, called foci of infection", or that "today, 2% of the people affected by the virus is dead" and "among the sick there are virtually no children".
"fear makes us see everything dark and gloomy. But you do not lose in the dark, writes the specialist in the conclusion to his letter addressed to every child in anguish for the medical emergencies. Entrusted to the work of millions of people who today are working and fighting to win the battle against the coronavirus. Learn to imagine them all together. An infinite army of millions of men and women, doctors, researchers, scientists, nurses, law enforcement, and against an invisible, microscopic virus. We'll do it, you'll see, we'll do it."
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