Keeping Connected

Humans are social creatures and we crave connection. While we stay indoors and remain socially distant, we may feel disconnected from what once was as it negatively impacts our mental health. But just because we’re physically distant from each other doesn’t mean we can’t still be emotionally close. Keeping up with regular human connection is incredibly important as we navigate these difficult times.

How do we navigate around physical connection? Through the month of March, with the help of our friend Syd the Cell Phone, we’ll show examples of ways to keep connected with friends and loved ones to help improve your mental health. We may be physically apart but we need to stay socially and emotionally connected.

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