Then there have been the insurance-covered video adventures. I put off online therapy for several weeks because I just didn’t want to do it online. I also thought that surely we sit far enough apart that that would be one thing I could continue to do in person. But then I was informed that therapy was among the most dangerous of activities: the talking in an enclosed space across from each other. And so I gave in, to every other week online. I’m getting used to it. But those awkward party-Zoom pauses feel even more awkward in online therapy. They are happening less often.