Every now and then some alone time is great but social interactions are a massive part of our lives.
Humans are wired for connection. So, what happens when we don’t get it?
Well, my loves, that’s what many of us are now discovering. About 2.6 billion people on the planet are now in lock-down – that’s about one third of the world’s population.
The reality is that for many of us, this means literally being alone, without in person interactions, or physical touch 24 hours a day. With the possibility of lockdown continuing for weeks still to come, I wanted to share some advice for surviving on your own.
I think we’ve all seen with the spread of coronavirus that our lives can change faster than we ever could have imagined. While much of that change has been difficult and painful – know that our lives can also change quickly in the opposite direction.
Know that there is light at the end of this tunnel. Maybe you’re even feeling it now? This won’t last forever – and we still have so much to be grateful for. Do your best to take care of yourself right now. I truly believe this is an opportunity for us like no other.
To follow my journey and see more of how I’m getting through lockdown, come on over and follow me on Insta as isiahmckimmie.sexologist. I love hearing from my podcast listeners over there!
Stay safe and take excellent care of you!