First I want to tell you, Kevin, that I think, after reading your parents' letter, that any other parent in their place would scold you too. Because, apparently, you've been spending your time, since confinement started, making life impossible for your whole family. And this, under the pretext that, as you say, you “are fed up with this virus”. And don't get me wrong, I find itpletely justified that you are fed up with this virus. It scares all of us because it is dangerous. He forces us to wash our hands a hundred times a day, which is not easy (especially if we didn't like it before, is it Kevin?). And in addition it prevents us all from going out. There is really enough to be fed up! But the problem, Kevin, is that you're not the only one who's fed up. Everyone is fed up. Everyone suffers from what is happening. And not only children, adults too. And they suffer all the more because they have to take care not only of themselves, but also of their children and the life of the house, which they have to ensure and organize. And all of this often with the added fear of their work (your father, for example, doesn't know if thepany he works in will be able to keep all the people he employs).
So from there, for life to be possible, everyone must take into account the others. I'm sure you are able, Kevin, to prevent yourself from getting angry or, at least, to prevent yourself from doing all of them. And you could also, I'm sure, help your parents a bit in the house. The houses, right now, are all like boats trying to get through the storm. And, on a boat, everyone must do their job, and avoid disturbing that of others. What useful things could you, Kevin, do on the boat? Are you thinking about it?