Aristotle, the Greek philosopher said “Man is by nature a social animal”. We’ve heard this quote several times but never has it felt more relevant. As the pandemic continues, limiting our human interactions has become the norm, giving rise to a feeling of a lack of connection.
The end of the year approaches and festive spirits are high for the most part. However as we plan our celebrations, the holiday spirit is threatened by the fear of contracting the virus or spreading the virus to our loved ones. A sense of loneliness will cause most of the workforce, especially those that stay away from home to feel an all-time low. Moreover, chances to socialize with friends or colleagues are also infrequent and rife with worry about the virus.