Has Covid changed your understanding of friendship?
I've forgotten to be a friend. I'm sure I know how to be a friend, I just forget to be one. When we went into lockdown on March 17, 2020, I locked down. Aside from my immediate household and my mother and daughter who live elsewhere, I stopped not only seeing others, but pretty much stopped communicating altogether with friends and family outside my circle. In the last many months, I have had Zoom, Skype, or FaceTime communication only once each with three separate friends.
I almost communicate . . . I have even almost responded to various Hubski threads.
I respond, generally, to those who reach out to me (or do I?) -- messages appear and disappear on WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, text, or other platforms. I think, "I'll answer that later," but one thing leads to another and the other is rarely back to the message I saw somewhere.
Hubski, I'm very curious. Has Covid changed your enacting of friendship?