What to do?

 One can benefit by reaching out to old friends, joining a class, having an extra meeting with a colleague to touch base, or chatting with the grocery store cashier. Especially after going through the isolation imposed during the pandemic. Getting back to a wider set of social interactions could really help improve people‚Äôs well-being.

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