Social Exhaustion

The world has paid the price of isolation; but as we return to our sprawling shopping centres and bustling restaurants, we are going to realise a fatigue we haven’t had to deal with for some time.

Engaging with people, even positively, can be exhausting; beware the impact of isolation on our social tolerances.

Be kind to our service workers, Take care of our administrators and our organisers, and tread gently into the social spaces we were so used to occupying only a small time ago.

‘Normal’ is returning, but things have changed; let’s not allow it to be a change for the worse.

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