It is OK to be distant, to switch off, to be in our own thoughts.

We need space to shut down, to take things in, to analyse. We need our own time to just be us.

Often we deny ourselves this vital time as there is a pressure to always be connected, always to respond, always be doing, always be achieving, always be happy.

Disconnection time is as important as being connected.

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