What Can We Learn From Polar Explorers & Astronauts About Isolation?

Like thousands of others across the world, Sinda Agha was struggling to be alone during the COVID-19 pandemic. So, she turned to others who had experience with being isolated for weeks, even months at a time—polar explorers. While their situation wasn’t forced upon them, the things that were taken away from them is actually quite similar to being locked away in a cramped apartment building, deprived of outside contact. Check out this awesome

Life on Antarctica means isolation, dependence on external supplies, confinement to small groups & spaces, restricted mobility, and limited social contact.

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