I saw this piece in the Washington Post, and wanted to share with you all. This is a therapist's perspective, but for those of you trying virtual therapy (with Monument or elsewhere), I'd love to know what it's been like for you

Or if you use video conferencing for other things, like work, or dating, how has that changed how you interact with the person on the other side of the screen? 

I personally found that I'm more vulnerable over the phone/computer these days. Whether it's the longing for connection through isolation, or the more genuine peek into people's home lives, I feel like it's broken down some barriers for me.