Woman Raises Charity By Creating Website For Coronavirus Relationship Dramas
There is nothing that tests the make-or-break of a relationship more than being forced to indefinite co-quarantine. Whether it's your partner, your parents or your roommates, endless weeks of being stuck in a living space with someone will inevitably cause drama of some kind. Meg Zukin, a social media editor at Variety is self-quarantining with her husband and they began to get on each other's nerves after only a few days. It inspired her to write a tweet asking the internet for any and all relationship dramas that they were experiencing in the time of coronavirus. She received so many responses, that she compiled them onto a google doc, charging $1 to read them, which would be donated to food banks and charities across the country. She raised more than $5,000 in two days and then decided to turn the project into a free and public website and is still taking donations of any amount. Here are some of the funniest submissions she has received, which will make you feel less alone in the quarantine struggle.