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It seems easier than ever to feel disconnected and lonely.
Most of us are in front of computers more than we’re in front of people. That’s hard. And when you consider there’s a direct correlation between social media consumption and depression, it makes it even harder.
In order to feel connected, it takes some conscious work – and that’s what we cover in today’s show.
In this episode, I share some ways you can feel connected in a particularly rough moment and how you can also (mostly) avoid it being a problem for the future.
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