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We have all heard that Mother Earth is getting healthier due to the lack of gases emitted by cars and factories during the COVID pandemic. The skies of China and Mexico seem brighter. Astronomers hope that people continue stargazing after the isolation is over. As good as this news is for our planet, many of us are understandably not feeling all that great sheltering in place.
Despite doing our best to create new routines for ourselves and our families, days are Things to talk about when bored and run into each other. Boredom seems unavoidable, no matter what. Most of us have experienced the feeling that we've run out of things to talk about with our partner, and that feeling is definitely an uncomfortable one.
Psychologists and psychoanalysts have developed different theories to understand the meaning of boredom. Some believe it to be a normal part of development, while others do not. Some considering it a lack of the capacity to be alone. Some think it is about conflicted impulses not making it into consciousness. No matter which theory you believe in, we must look at boredom in context. Be as it may, it's always important to have stimulating topics to discuss, especially during isolation in times like the ones we are living.
The list of topics below can be used to spark fruitful conversations that will allow you to have fun and maybe even get to know each other during this time of otherwise alienating social isolation. Why exercising is not your thing and never will be. Or conversely, why you love exercising so much. Your real feelings about becoming a parent. Why you love your partner so many years after being together or only having been together such a short time. Do you have the same taste in food you did when you were little? If not, when did it change and why? What do you think you do that could be considered misogynist or racist, even if you don't mean for it to be?
But I am pretty sure that one thing is certain: if you raise them, things won't be boring for long! If you feel that being bored is a problem in your life, visit her website to learn how she can help. in. YourTango Experts. Expert Blog. Photo: Getty. Irene Celcer. Subscribe to our newsletter. now for YourTango's trending articlestop expert advice and personal horoscopes delivered straight to your inbox each morning.
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