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Jana Kramer Opens Up About "Waves" of Emotion During Coronavirus Crisis

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By Allie Elaine

Jana Kramer has become a vocal and honest member of the Instagram community during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. After being criticized for continuing on to Canada for a job a week ago, despite growing concern over virus. Since then, Kramer has admitted that she should have listened to the voices telling her not to go.

"Well. Here we are. 2 days ago we flew to Canada. I can admit when I’m wrong and I feel like I should have listened, but I didn’t want to live in fear and I also trusted production that everything was better in Canada (it is as of now) so because production wasn’t shutting down we left as advised," she wrote.

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"As the hours literally kept passing there were new rules, precautions etc to follow so my concern grew larger," her post continued. "As of today we shot our first and only scene. The Prime Minister put more restrictions on and the production did the absolute right thing by shutting us down. It’s safer for ALL THOSE THAT CAN to be home, and hunker down so we can stop the spread and keep our families and friends and people next to us healthy."

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While Kramer has been social distancing with her family, the singer broke down on Instagram yesterday, expressing the various emotions that she is experiencing during the lockdown. She started her post by writing, "Verified I think it’s important to voice how you’re feeling. If I’m being honest I’ve hit all the different waves. I was naive in the beginning, terrified last week, nervous, anxious, scared and now today I’m depressed. It hit me like a damn truck this morning. Just out of no where I started crying."

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"I think I shocked Mike. I was having guilt for feeling those emotions because I’m not sick, my family isn’t sick so how can I be upset? But I believe we are entitled to feeling upset because of the times right now. We are all financially stressed and it keeps me up thinking how I’m gonna support my family when I can’t work," she continued. "I think hiding in the depression isn’t good and I think reaching out and telling your friends you’re having a hard time is what you need to do. So this is me saying 'hey, I’m having a hard time and you’re not alone'."

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Kramer then concluded her post by advising her followers to be compassionate and help one another during the crisis. "Can we all be kind in the comments and be there for those that are also having a hard time. I even texted a friend this morning saying “hey I’m not doing so good, can we talk”. Reach out. Talk to people. And another way I think I’m gonna get out of this rut is helping others," she wrote. "Helping others ALWAYS makes me feel better. And I got challenged by my dear friend @jamielynnspears for the #doyourpartchallenge. I just helped out 3 mommas who really needed the food food, diapers etc and now it’s your turn! Also going to challenge my friends @shawnjohnson @alittlebitfancy and @sazan to do the same!!!"

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