Hey folks! How’s your social isolation going? Seeing squirrels carrying sacks marching around your house yet? Craving hugs as much as we are?
In this episode we talk about the psychological and physical impacts of being socially isolated. We also talk Wendigos, a slenderman krampus love child that is caused by isolation and starvation. Don’t become a Wendigo, people. Also, if you’re making sourdough bread from scratch, we don’t want to hear it.
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- How Loneliness from Coronavirus Isolation Takes its Own Toll. (2020)
- How extreme isolation warps the mind. (2014)
- Social isolation, loneliness and health in old age: a scoping review. (2017)
- The risks of social isolation (2019)
- Why does being lonely make you ill? (2013)
- Hallucinations and $100,000: the poker player who shut himself in a pitch-black room for weeks. (2019)
- Solitary confinement and health. (2019)
- Solitary confinement placement and post-release mortality risk among formerly incarcerated individuals: a population-based study (2020).
- How Wendigos Work
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