Here I am, under a shelter-in-place order, as I’m sure most of you are too. However, even before the order, I started distancing myself and limiting interactions with others, not because I’m high-risk, but because I consider everyone a threat. I am accustomed to choosing when and where I go. But it feels different now that someone else is controlling it. The fact is, being deprived of social connections can create more illness due to stress.
I have no doubt, this season will pass, but in the meantime, I am looking at how we can optimize this extraordinary opportunity called “shelter in place.” Click the link to continue reading.