Creating a space where everyone feels valued
Christopher, a 25-year-old software developer, and his girlfriend Laura, live in Slagelse, Denmark. Christopher is also local chairman of the Danish Red Cross Youth. The couple support a center helping lonely and isolated young people. ”Some of them have not felt human touch in over a year. A hug means the world to them.” Christopher says.
“If I don’t experience human touch for a long time, I automatically become more introverted“
„Physical touch can quickly be misunderstood. You don’t know the other person’s limits.“
"If every single one of us would be better at acknowledging other people’s existence, the world would be a better place."
says that physical touch is not a daily occurance in their life
realized during isolation how important physical touch is for their health
feel lonely when lacking human touch
say that the isolation has made them feel lonelier than ever before
miss touch very much and want to make up for it after the crisis
say that lack of human touch makes them feel lonely even if they have many contacts on social networks
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