In times of crisis, where is the line where our need for belonging and our desire to show gratitude and support for people putting their lives on the line for others, morphs into something more problematic? In this article (originally posted on LinkedIn) Ian considers some of the nuances of the UK’s emotional response to the coronavirus crisis.
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