I am surprised at the use of word survive. I am sure what the author meant was 'how to manage..". It could also be a conscious use to convey the severity of the issue at her end.
Yes, every one in this world are suffering one way or the other during this pandemic since more than one year. Initially it was some relief and thrill and so eagerly awaited opportunity for many, especially the households where al m,embers are out for most of the day time and get a family gathering time very little. Children also got an unexpected break from classroom studies and boring home work.
But all these happiness were short lived as people started to yearn for face to face meeting and interaction at their workplaces, clubs, beaches, walking times etc.and children also missed the most loved group plays.
Women who wanted their husband s at home early from office now found it irritating that their husbands are always at home. Suddenly each one fund lacking in personal space.
In large cities like Mumbai where even a one BHK house is a luxury,, space became the biggest problem. In such homes the husband and wife manged somehow to get some private personal time and space after children had gone to school or had gone out to play,or elders had gone to temples etc. Suddenly all such personal private space became unavailable. This would be causing great stress and strain in many households and relationships. Only a wider and deep study can bring out the real effect of this.
There may be many such varied issues people may be facing which we may not be familiar.Hence I can understand the emotion and spirit behind the thread message.
However, I have seen kids are also very much impacted by the lockdown and restriction and all bad news being shown in TVs during this time. But somehow they just manage with the only feeling that parents are with them full time. Hence parents also should take it that way and feel happy that children are with them full time. Use the opportunity to enjoy together in and with whatever they have and are and improvising.
Let us pray, for the world becoming normal as early as possible.