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Offline Queefer Sutherland

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Re: Work from home culture
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2021, 05:33:30 pm »
If thatís the case, then youíre doing life wrong. 

When things were uncertain with COVID, we certainly didnít see many people.  But for several months, knowing how itís spread and how to prevent it, Iív seen friends about 3-4 times a weekÖ.  Probably more than normal!

Then people will need to fix that problem.  I limit my social contact with people I have to work with, for the most part.  Like MH saysÖ. Go meet your neighbours. 

And where will people meet friends if they're working at home all day?

What you're saying is you have to go out of your way and make a special effort.  And yes that's true.  But making an effort is by its nature much harder than the environment simply creating opportunities for people no matter what.  A child is going to make more friends if he goes to school rather than if he is home schooled, that's just the nature of the environment.
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