He spent 520 days in space. Hear his tips for coping with isolation 1

He spent 520 days in space. Hear his tips for coping with isolation

 

Retired astronaut Scott Kelly spent 520 days in space over the course of his NASA career. Hear his tips for coping with isolation.

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    1. Remember when it was recommended that we get off the device (games & PC) and go outside, people can just go back to doing that.

    1. 5 I am the Lord, and there is no other;
      There is no God besides Me.
      I will gird you, though you have not known Me,
      6 That they may know from the rising of the sun to its setting
      That there is none besides Me.
      I am the Lord, and there is no other;
      7 I form the light and create darkness,
      I make peace and create calamity;
      I, the Lord, do all these things.’ Isaiah 45

    2. @William H Music 2020 they claim that they “destroyed that technology and it’s a painful process to bring it back.” In other words, with HD tell-lie-vision and with more humans waking up, it would be very hard to fake another moon landing now.

    3. Maybe they mean he was on the space station less than a year and the rest was travelling. I don’t know though, it was weird to me too.

    1. We’re only four days into this. Can’t wait to see what New York and San Francisco look like in ten weeks…

    2. Red Chinese Death
      Madonna wants to perform a free live concert in Blasio tool town Manhattan NY. These big WOW-ME-A-VICTIM hearts are compelled to pass around their gender neutral perversions and illnesses in crisis settings.

    3. @Hildebeast Clinton I think it’s a great idea to have a concert in Manhattan right now. I hope everybody takes the subway…

    4. @Red Chinese Death the streets will be littered with the feces of homeless people. Pretty much the same.

    1. @DarthSailorMoon Corona isn’t Trump’s fault.
      Ebola wasn’t Obama’s.
      Sars wasn’t Bush’s,
      And only a handful of cases of herpes was Clinton’s.

    2. @DarthSailorMoon shouldn’t you be apologizing for the Democrats legacies of slavery, the KKK, and war mongering?

    3. @Blue Rascal Why? The parties swapped in the ’60s, so that’s not our calling card. It’s still the Right’s though.

  1. Start growing vegetables/flowers indoors. It is relaxing and you will be able to eat what your grow.

    1. @Lisa Carr Try sharing one bathroom, when we say we are “taking” a bath, some of us mean it literally.

    1. And talking with people. Just uh, you have to pretend to be nice, and polite. Especially when they start talking about their cats….For hours….. Uuuuuuuugh.

    2. VOLO::: GREAT Answer— After 55 yrs. of kin and friends telling my how to live my life, for the last 14 yrs. I have been alone And Happy.=== While I Do envy people who have Tons of family and friends, since being alone, I Will be able to get thru this isolation thing/problem/event pretty much intact.>>> Lexapro doesN’T hurt EITHER….

    3. I’m introverted too but I usually enjoy going into work because that gives me the little bit of social interaction I need. Not having that part of my day has made it tougher to enjoy the solitude in the way I normally do.

    1. Over It Well…I’m an introvert, but I like to go out to visit places. I’m used to being indoors for long periods, but Cabin Fever does exist…

    2. ​@Lone Wolf Same here. I’m generally pretty introverted and most of my hobbies are solo but when you don’t even have the option to go places or see people, the isolation can become overwhelming.

    3. No problems here, I’m already on my 6th book =) Feel like I’ve learned more in the past couple weeks than the past few months.

    4. @Lone Wolf Guess it depends on the extent of your introversion and how much of an introvert you really are. I hate all social interactions because most people are just dog stupid and I don’t get anything out of it. I can do more in one room and completely enjoy myself than almost anything I can do outside of it. And I never get sick of it =) The mind is its own world.

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