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How to not practice emotional distancing during social distancing

How to not practice emotional distancing during social distancing

For those of us who have the opportunity to work from home during a period of social distancing, it is important to be grateful. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW!

We’re living in strange times. As we grapple with new and dismaying terms — flattening the curve, social distancing — let me ask a rhetorical question. When you’re “with yourself” do you feel alone? I do sometimes. And then I try to remember three things: the differences between being alone and being lonely, the deep ties that bind us, and the connection I feel when practicing kindness or gratitude. Being alone versus being lonely Take a moment to consider these questions: What might time alone offer? Is there something about being alone that you fear?  […]

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