Carol Ebert has 53 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Wellness and Coaching for Women in their Third Act.
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I’m the type of person who likes to engage people, look at them directly in the eyes, say hi and touch them on their arm as I connect. But lately when I have been grocery shopping during the pandemic I have noticed that I am doing my best to steer clear of other shoppers to abide by the 6 foot rule, but have also noticed that I have been avoiding eye contact and even turning my face away as I pass them by. It seems like it is becoming an automatic response and almost like I’m afraid to engage them at all on a personal level. I wonder if this is going to have negative consequences in the future?