so understand Philbo. We need physical company and the social distancing makes us feel like lepers. My husband died 8 months ago. I still find it hard to think straight and keep on losing keys and glasses!Good morning
I think that the current pandemic situation and associated "lock down" requirements, definitely affecting us all. It seems even more insidious to those people who can no longer visit loved ones in care facilities, or like me, who have suffered a bereavement?
I had deliberately built a close circle of good friends, based around our local pub, during the 6 years since my wife's diagnosis. The support proved invaluable, even more so after she recently passed away.
In this current climate of enforced isolation however, I feel totally lost and can't think straight. I am still able to "contact" friends and family via Face Book, Messenger etc but like @Ian FF and @Heather P (and many others?), the lack of physical company is soul destroying.
Stay safe everyone.
This current situation is very disorientating. Just to say with you in spirit and experience.