The pandemic is shining a light on how important it is for us to have places where we can share out loud our thoughts and feelings. To find sustainable and humane ways of moving forward from lockdown, we surely need a better quality of listening and more meaningful connections.

In response, many people are embracing #SpacesForListening. We are consistently hearing appreciation for a space in which there is no pressure to offer others a ‘fix’, or to reach actions. The focus is on listening and connection, rather than ‘wellbeing’ or ‘resilience’.

Each of the #SpacesForListening involves ...


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