Just... touch yourself. As often as it feels good to you. Whereever it feels good to you. It's your body, take care of it. You can't return it and get another... It's not a suit. It's just you. And you're the one who is really always with you.
Touching myself helps me realizing that I'm awake. And self-aware. And real. It helps keeping me from completely losing myself to the void.
Being touched by others always feels very intense to me. I'm like Amélie, the main character in the movie with the same name, when she was a child. In that scene where her dad, a doctor, touches her while a routine check she is so me...
Touching myself feels weird and good at the same time. I sometimes seem to lose some kind of sense of reality. It's a bit like i'm rarely sure that I'm not dreaming because i feel very disconnected to my surroundings and myself.
I sometimes just stroke my arm when i feel lonely. It comforts me to feel the touch and the warmth of my hand on my skin.
Sometimes i stroke my legs. I can feel my muscles there and my tendons and how everything moves nicely. It gives me the feeling that my legs are actually connected to my body, which is good.
Erstes Mal seit zwei Wochen, seit der Vereinssport Pause macht, weil die Hallen geschlossen sind.
DE, Coronavirus, Information
Ich habe gerade dieses Informationsvideo des ZDF zum Coronavirus gesehen. Es werden verbreitete Behauptungen verneint, aber eine davon bejaht.
Offenbar überleben Coronaviren bis zu 72 Stunden lang auf Kunststoff- und Edelstahloberflächen. Zwar sei fraglich, ob deren Anzahl ausreicht, um einen Menschen zu infizieren, aber zumindest für eine Zellkultur in der Petrischale hat es gereicht.
Ich glaube, ich trage jetzt doch mal lieber Einweghandschuhe, wenn ich raus gehe und mit den Öffis fahre.
Coronavirus, Philosophieren 2
Und wie schnell es mit damit und mit anderen Annehmlichkeiten vorbei ist, wenn wirklich mal was katastrophales, ich meine was größeres, passiert.
any FLOSS projects that work on issues related to #COVID19 need help with either UX/accessibility, all things backend architecture, or hardware engineering that covers medtech stuff? I'll be in home office the next weeks and am able to spare 10-15h/week working on stuff despite my day job.
The thing about people panic buying and stockpiling is that they make it harder on people who are *actually* at risk to get essential goods:
- deliveries getting canceled or only part showing up
- people not just having to break isolation to do their shopping, but to have to expose themselves *even more* by trying multiple stores and areas
- people's health and existing illnesses suffering and making things worse by not having access to the things they need if they can't afford to break the isolation...
Just think about other people for a change ffs.
Tausche Mie-Nudeln gegen Klopapier.
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