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10 Tips to Resuscitate Your Social Life After Isolation

Your brain needs help to recover its mojo.

Photo by Duy Pham on Unsplash

If you’ve noticed your number of social interactions has dropped over the last year, it’s not just because of the confinement. Isolation can cause negative changes in your brain, cutting down the chances of having a social life by building meaningful connections.

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Nataly Urbaez

Nataly Urbaez

Relationships Writer and Sexuality Researcher. I share strategies to achieve your goals through self-awareness and empathy.