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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

With a large majority of us social distancing will we like it and need treatment for loving it?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (17519points) May 11th, 2020

Will then will we need a new treatment for loving to be a shut-in? What do we have now for treating shut-ins?

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josie's avatar

Not sure I can answer your question as written.
But in my opinion there are people who have temporarily gotten more for not working than for working,
A super paid vacation.
And I think some people might become seduced by the notion that this is a good deal.
Until it stops.
And I bet some of them will need some sort of “professional guidance” to re orient them to the real world.

Darth_Algar's avatar

@josie

Nobody’s getting more for not working then they did for working.

stanleybmanly's avatar

You mean people might adjust to not slaving for a living? I can certainly imagine such possibilities.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Boredom and overwork are two sides to the same shitty coin.

KNOWITALL's avatar

I could see some people loving it a little too much and having some issues going back to the full time hustle and bustle, working at the office with coworkers, withdrawal’s from their children/ home life, etc…

America and other countries also have many resources available. China sent mental health professionals to Wuhan and they also have a 24/7 hotline among other resources.

Here’s a site with tons of links to helpful information:
https://mhanational.org/covid19

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