A person is social being. Thus, the interpersonal relationships that people establish in the different environments in which they operate (family, work …) are configured into important elements insofar as they fulfill a series of functions that, ultimately, will determine the existence of problems or, on the contrary, satisfaction. Social support buffers stress and improves overall health.
This work invites reflection on how we have perceived our home throughout confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the aftermath caused by it. Of how we have been able to reflect on what we have and have lost. Suffering for some, opportunities for others.
Isolation, search for communication through social networks and new technologies.
After SARS-CoV-2 confinement, after dreaming of fields, feel Home as Heaven or Hell?