When others are speaking, do you take the time to really understand what they are saying, or, are you thinking of the reply?
How do you know when the person speaking to you, just wants you to listen, and not respond with 'ideas-to-fix' a situation?
It's not being selfish when I suggest that in order to be a really good listener for others, you have to listen to yourself. Hear what each area of you is saying to you. Does your body ache, or are you feeling extremely fatigued? Is your brain frazzled, not being able to take in anything else? Is your schedule to demanding, or others in your life (family, work, etc.) just asking too much?
Perhaps now is the time for transformation. To really listen to yourself, what it is that you need. It's about freeing yourself from unwieldy obligations, making time for yourself to do...whatever.
Be curious to try new things, or to do nothing at all. Whatever you do, do it with honesty and integrity.
Ask yourself what you need to feel free. Free enough to make decisions, first, that are in your self-interest. When you take care of yourself, you will find that you are more present, more engaged to be there for others.
Show that you care, for yourself, first, and then for others.
Stay safe, and, stay well. Hope you receive the vaccine soon, and without too much consequence, if any, at all.