Isolation is not natural for human beings, writes Louise Morse – we are not designed for it. In times of crisis, such as we are experiencing with Covid-19, our instinct is to group together. Yet here we are, millions of us, isolating ourselves even from close family members to prevent the spread of the disease, while at the same time being bombarded with horrifying headlines. So it’s no surprise that many people are feeling anxious and fearful. Louise Morse (Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Christian counsellor) shares some great ways for helping us manage during isolation and social upheaval. This article is taken from a corresponding blog on 25/03/20.
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