Husband Builds ‘Comfort Castle’ For Doctor Wife Treating COVID-19 Patients To Help Her Relax

Doctors working at the frontline to treat coronavirus patients undergo tremendous stress and pressure. With the number of cases increasing by the day across the world, doctors and other healthcare workers are bound to work longer shifts, sometimes even compromising on sleep and food.

However, to help his doctor wife relax after coming back home from duty, one man built a makeshift fort inside their house! The ‘comfort castle’ was decorated with fairy lights and a snuggly mattress was placed inside it for them to lie on. The man also ordered his wife’s favourite food and some wine.

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According to Hindustan Times, a video of the entire incident was posted on Reddit. In the beginning, the husband can be seen vacuuming the room, while their pet dog supervises! He then goes on to build the fort using bedsheets.

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The video also has subtitles which say that his wife is a physician who is currently treating coronavirus patients and how this ‘comfort castle’ is a way to help her relax by the end of the day.

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It is adorable to see the wife’s reaction when she comes back home and sees the arrangement!

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Have a look at the full video here:

My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise… from aww

People on the internet have been left teary-eyed by the video. Many took to the comment section to give virtual hugs to the family. Some, however, revealed that if they did the same for their wives, it wouldn’t go down so well!

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Comment from discussion madnatrix’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion castfam09’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion WorstCase9’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion Ligthur’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion eshquilts7’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion anunarmedman’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

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Comment from discussion passionate_physicist’s comment from discussion “My wife is a doctor. As you can imagine, her stress/anxiety level rn is HIGH. I try to do little things around the house to take her mind off of reality. This was her surprise…”.

Now more than ever we need to be empathetic towards people who are struggling to make lives better for others. Kudos to this man for setting an example!

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