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From isolation to personal development

Psychological Perspectives


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Ken Silvestro, PhD. 677-7282 •

During this time of sheltering-in-place and isolation, many people are struggling with being alone or even in the same shelter with family members. Isolation is particularly difficult for extraverted people who need external experiences to feel energized. This is less critical for introverted people who need internal experiences to feel energized. Regardless of one's personality type, isolating can introduce new experiences for personal development.

Personal development means that we get to know ourselves and develop new ways of being. Getting to know oneself often introduces surprises that...

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