How to be alone, but not lonely, despite the Coronavirus

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We know that social distancing can be difficult for people who are extroverts - after all extroverts rely on their social circles to help keep them balanced. So what happens now that we all must keep physical distance between friends and family?

This article from NPR's Sarah McCammon talks about how extroverts like Lily Burana are managing her work with her social life amid the literal distance that she now has to keep from everyone in her life. We hope you find these tips helpful. You've got this!

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