As we head into the fourth month of sheltering in place many of us are struggling with loneliness and isolation.Physically-distant gatherings are now permitted and […]
As we head into the fourth month of sheltering in place many of us are struggling with loneliness and isolation.Physically-distant gatherings are now permitted and help ease some of the disconnectedness, but we’re a long way from normal.
CBJ would like to help connect those looking to share experiences, challenges and advice, and spend some virtual time in connection and relationship.
We’ve had inquiries about a group for mothers of young or school-age children struggling with supervising distance learning, being cutoff from larger community and lack of privacy while everyone is sheltered at home. If that sounds familiar to you let us know and we’ll connect you.
Others might be wrestling with managing their small business and working from home, or missing their grandchildren who are far away and who now know them only through a screen.
We can’t solve these problems, but we can help you feel less alone in dealing with them. Contact Rebecca and let her know what you’re looking for. A weekly zoom check-in with others feeling the same way can help ease the burden. And maybe next year they can continue in person.