What Social Isolation May Be Doing To Our Brains

Yep...............“I am tireder and dumber, failing to mark calendar things correctly,” said a friend who’s usually a very smart writer. A patient told me that every day feels the same as the next and he’s losing any sense of order. “What day is it, anyway?” he asked on a Zoom call. Everyone knows that humans … Continue reading What Social Isolation May Be Doing To Our Brains

Better or Bitter

Over the years I’ve briefly met people who’s hardship in life has made them hard.“Suck it up”.“I survived you can too” I say briefly due to some point “the universe” takes the garbage out. Whatever situation paths crossed, this misalignment of energy goes by the wayside. Lessons learned, move along. On the other side of … Continue reading Better or Bitter

The Biology Of Boredom

Boredom, like many human emotions, seems to have a biological function. “I think that there will be others who I hope can take this as an opportunity to hit the reset button, perhaps, to really take a step back from the hurly-burly of life, all the business and say, ‘Ok, who am I? What matters … Continue reading The Biology Of Boredom

The Power Of Connection

Psychologists are worried about the long-term effects of our new, socially distant reality. Decades of research has shown that loneliness and isolation are associated with high blood pressure, chronic inflammation, weakened immune systems and a host of other health issues. Six Feet Has Never Felt Farther Away https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2020/03/31/coronavirus-human-connection-social-distancing/