Parasite was uniquely interesting. It got really weird once the tone changes up, halfway through.
I saw Parasite too and liked it, though after having seen the director's previous Snowpiercer and The Host the tonal changes didn't surprise me as much. I still think I preferred Jojo Rabbit in terms of Oscar films with tonal changes though.
I can't say I'm happy obviously, especially since just now pretty much all sports events, cultural events, carnival etc. have been cancelled around here, and schools, theaters and cinemas are getting closed. However, what worries me the most is not the epidemic in itself but the hysteria that is developing and in general the fact that many Italian people are bound to not follow rules, either for being gullible idiots or thinking they know better than anyone else. There's already been a case of a guy who escaped a quarantined zone in order to meet the rest of his family in the South. Plus generally there's these two mindsets that could potentially cause problems, the ones who think they are living in "28 Days Later" and hoarding stuff, and the ones that minimize everything by saying "it's just like the common cold, who gives a shit".
Plus, the governor of the region where I live looks just like the G-Man from Half-Life, so every time I see him on TV I'm just being creeped out and just makes me even more nervous...
I developed that feeling when I made a major career move. It's important to recognize your achievements as they occur and forgive your mistakes. You'll make many - that's how we learn - but you also need to recognize and accept when you do things well. Over time it faded as I became more confident in what I was doing and learned more of the job. I also finally managed to accept that not only did they choose me because I was the best candidate, but also that they made the RIGHT choice.
Hang in there! If they hired you then they decided you were the best person from the job - and that's coming from someone that does hiring as well.
At the moment I still have a job (I work retail), but I have no idea how long that will last. It wouldn't surprise me if the nature of my work either shifts dramatically, or... in a worst-case scenario, if I lose work entirely. D: