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Here’s the episode:

While #covid-19 (#coronavirus) has us all on lockdown, we are finding that many of us are struggling with the isolation of #socialdistancing.  Whether we live alone or with family, the isolation of having to stay in one’s own home and deal with all the stress and changes this virus has brought us is a tall task.  So in this episode we take an #evidencebased look at how to keep your sanity while isolated.  

  • Humans are social 

  • Experiences with Military Deployments and training scenarios

  • Guidance for behavior while in captivity–lessons from prisoners of war and the U.S. military

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Links and Other Information

Baumeister, R. F., & Leary, M. R. (1995). The need to belong: desire for interpersonal attachments as a fundamentaman motivation. Psychological bulletin, 117(3), 497.

Code of Conduct for Members of the United States Armed Forces:

James Stockdale — 

Man’s Search for Meaning:

NASA: An Astronaut’s Tips for Living in Space — Or Anywhere:

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