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It's Okay to be Good and Not Great

Foster an “In-Real-Life” Community

Digital relationships cannot replace the in-person community.

The increased focus on productivity and constant busyness have led to a decline in meaningful communities and a rise in social isolation and related mood disorders. Taking the extra effort to be with others in real life is worth it.

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