The Pandemic of Overwhelm

Overwhelm, is a word we all resonate with. Our calendars are full of things to do and checklists to tick off. Then we have news that change rules of everyday living, like a takeover by AI. Uncertainty breeds insecurity. It make us wonder what kind of a future are we preparing ourselves and our children for ? The other sources of uncertainty occur without collective acknowledgment - changes in our communities, workplaces, families, and personal health.  'What should I do?' 'What should I drop doing?' 'What should I pay attention to? These are daily questions for most of us. The human response to insecurity, care, and concern is often to do more and plan more. More activities, more playdates, more dates,...

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