The Social Psychology of Distance-Safety Or, Keeping in Touch Without ‘Touching’ There is nothing more important for human well-being than touch. Touch like gesture, is the foundational way of human knowing. Children learn how to communicate emotions and feelings by gesture and touch well before … [Read more...] about The Social Psychology of Distance-Safety
Guest post by Frank Garrett What are we mourning for? In our busy, noisy complicated world we don’t have time for such questions. But this current quarantine situation has provided time to ask, to wonder, what have we lost, what do we stand to lose, how do we grieve for those? The very social … [Read more...] about How do we mourn?