You see us everywhere, we connected loners. Walking and texting, sitting in cafes with our laptops - utterly absorbed, talking in our phones, refreshing our messages, scanning news websites, headphones in ears, talking or listening to music or a podcast, Gmail always open, and refreshing, refreshing, refreshing the browsers to avoid that thing that's always a possibility: being by ourselves and really, truly alone.
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I've decided to post it the Wellness, diet & exercise as it touches on the broader aspect of wellbeing relating to mental health and connection with others.
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