Alone Doesn’t Have to Mean Lonely

August 5, 2020 10:25 pm Published by

With the COVID-19 pandemic thoroughly disrupting our lives, Dr. Landry leads us through a fascinating discussion of the difference between being alone, being lonely, and being isolated, and how to persist in a pandemic. He combines a heavily research-based approach with a practical and story-rich one to give the audience a solid understanding of the clear negative effects of isolation, the pros and cons of loneliness, and the optimistic as well as the less desirable aspects of being alone. He reminds us that we are social creatures and must strive to stay connected substantively with others preferably physically, but when necessary, using creative paths to connection, including technology.

Delivery Options:
Live Presentation: 40min
Recorded Q&A: 20min

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