Jul 17, 2020
Touch is essential to humans. Susan shares how this epidemic has restricted our ability to be physically connected and where that leaves us. For many, our wellbeing is dependent on touch, and the loss of it can add to the grief we are already experiencing. Navigating our need for human contact can feel like tiptoeing through a field of landmines.
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