In an Instagram post posted on Friday, the actress said she came positive on New Year’s Eve and described her experience with Covid-19 to help share information and let others know that they are not alone in the suffering of the virus.
“It comes quickly, like a locomotive. O’Shea. Nevertheless, feelings of fear, shame and guilt run through you, who you could have had and who could have been infected… terrifying,“ terrifying ”, she captioned her Instagram photo.
Tyler shared that while her family members have been exempt and tested for infectious diseases, she has suffered from physical and emotional difficulties.
“It equals your body and mind. Every day is different. Being alone in a room alone for 10 days is fun to say the least.”
As if self-isolation was not enough, Tyler also spoke about the plight of the violent attacks on the US Capitol building, noting that “the early days of 2021 were frightening for everyone in the world.”
Now able to spend time with her family and daughters, Tyler said she feels connected to her loved ones through her seizure with the virus.
Read her Instagram post below.