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Tuesday, June 6, 2023

How to Reconnect: Navigating Life After Covid

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a lot of restrictions on normal life. Experience of living in isolation or not being able to do things you would usually enjoy has made a lot of people re-evaluate what they want when things return to normal.

Most people have learned that connection to themselves and other people is vital for a healthy and happy life. However, when the pandemic ends, it could be difficult to reconnect. Take a look at these tips on how to reconnect now and in the future.

Think About You

Being in isolation doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve had plenty of time to think about yourself. If you’ve been working from home or you’re a parent who hasn’t been able to get out, there can be very little time for hindsight or evaluation.

Try and think about things you might do differently when this is all over and how you could improve your current circumstances.

Connect with People

If nothing else, a pandemic will make you think about the people in your life. You may have thought about meeting new people when you can and the ways in which you can do that.

Whether it’s exercise classes, cookery classes, or going along to a church once a week, there are plenty of great ways to meet new people. Take a look at parkwayfellowship.com for some inspiration.

Missing Co-Workers?

You never really know how influential co-workers are until you say goodbye. A team meeting online when you’re working from home isn’t half as much fun as sitting next to your co-worker in the office.

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If you’re missing those relationships, you may be wondering how you’ll get them back on track. Will it be easy? Will it feel awkward? The best thing you can do is reach out now and try and stay in touch. That way you won’t have to break the ice when things are back to normal.


Dating has always been a bit of a whirlwind, whether face-to-face or online. However, throw a pandemic in the mix and it can become almost impossible. The positive side to it is it’s a great way to really get to know someone without intimacy getting in the way.

If you think you’ve found someone you’re really into, take the opportunity to find out more.


Many people are really missing being able to travel to their favorite places, visit family and friends or explore places they’ve never been before.

Life after Covid-19 will be about renewing societal relationships and taking the chance as soon as it presents itself. Travelling certainly won’t be the exception, so prepare to board that plane.

Learning How to Reconnect

It could take a bit of learning how to reconnect once we’re out of this situation but bit by bit, we will return stronger than ever. Take a look at the rest of our website for more advice on connection and faith.



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