Social Distancing Without Isolation #infographic

Social Distancing Without Isolation #infographic

Do you think so? The gnawing, burning sensation that reaches out to restrain your psyche, sending desperate waves and near-endless paralysis? If you replied "yes," then you feel lonely in the same boat as more than 50 percent of Americans.

COVID-19 pushes away many, causing others to feel stuck in their own small "at least 6 ft." bubble. The truth is, humans often feel lonely, rising frequency by generation.
In 2019, UCLA studied isolation and found Baby Boomers hanging only at the solitary stage and Generation X was 4 points loner than their relatives. Millennials were slightly loner, and Gen Z scored nearly 7 more points than their ancestors and were the lonest of all generations.

Why does one overcome so much loneliness? Remote study, before Coronavirus, was believed to be the cause. In 2019, 10 per cent of Americans worked remotely, most of whom were more likely to report feeling disconnected.
Workers who entered the workforce were 6% less likely to feel lonely, and 17% less likely to lose friendships. Staff in K-12 education are some of the least likely to suffer depression but that could change with school closures because of the pandemic.

Learn how to practice remoteness socially without feeling lonely here!
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