Post-quarantine: Why it will not be easy to get out of isolation

This week, the number of people infected with COVID-19 exceeded two million – this figure back in February was impossible to imagine. More than a third of the world’s population today is under the influence of quarantine measures or in self-isolation. Of course, an event of this magnitude cannot but affect our psychological state: forced […]

New loneliness: How coronavirus changes our relationships

Although a pandemic is not a reason to panic, our main task today is to make informed decisions and not to forget about precautionary measures. In many countries, every day more and more restrictions are introduced to slow the spread of infection and reduce the burden on health systems. Somewhere meetings in public places and […]

Singlism: How Business and Government Discriminate Loners

February 14 is approaching, and with it the imposed feeling of awkwardness, which is supposed to be experienced by everyone who turned out to be without a couple at that time. Public pressure is heating up to the limit – and now people, even quite happy without a romantic relationship, for some reason buy a […]

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