For the foreseeable future, human interaction has been confined to “staying out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance.” If that sentence sounds sterile to you, it should. It’s the CDC’s language defining the parameters of social distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19. And though social distancing does wonders for keeping communities healthy, it can also effectively wipe out the magic of face-to-face interactions. There goes the firm handshake—right down the drain—along with mirroring, leaning in, and the good old-fashioned pat on the back. So what do we do?