In this time of social distancing, join Humanities Washington for questions designed to bring you deeper connections.
As we all work to get through this unprecedented situation, we encourage you to embrace this forced slowdown and reconnect with yourself and those closest to you. To participate, join us on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages and sign up for our email list. Cabin Fever for Kids, available through the social media and email links above, includes an audio book and questions to discuss as a family.
The measures our communities are taking to slow the spread of coronavirus, while necessary, conjure up a range of emotions and issues. What will this mean for my family? What will I do with my family, or those I’m with, while avoiding broader social contact? At the same time, memes are circulating on the internet heralding a new world that introverts had only dared dream about. Regardless of your perspective, these next few weeks, possibly months, will bring new challenges.
But we believe that with the right prompts, social distancing can actually heighten social connection.