Intimacy is a feeling. It’s that beautiful affinity I feel for others around me. It is quiet and gentle and connected. It can happen even when there is distance. So how do we do it? Check out my 5 ways to connect during COVID.
For people like me, who rely so heavily on touch, connecting during this time of isolation is particularly hard. So I had to redefine why intimacy and connection meant to me. I have always defaulted to the act of physical touch when thinking about intimacy, but in fact it’s actually the feeling I get through touch. Intimacy is a feeling. It’s that beautiful affinity I feel for others around me. It is quiet and gentle and connected. It can happen even when there is distance, even when we are isolating. So I want to share with you 5 ways to connect during COVID. I hope you are inspired by the ways I have been creating socially distant intimacy with the people I care about the most.
I wrote this piece for ChicpeaJC. TO read the entire article, click below!
If you have any great suggestions about creating connection during COVID I would love to hear them. I am looking for new and creative ways to stay connected (and sane!). If you have any questions or just need some support, I am here for you. Pease reach out.
Stay Safe. Stay Connected.