Thanks to modern technology we are able to communicate and in a way also interact with each other - even in times of quarantine. But with the unfamiliar and abnormal situation of being at home more than usually, being together more than before and maybe working remotely, we are facing new challenges at the same time. If its the workplace, our relationships or in daily life, we are continuously in communication with other people. Yet this normal changed and with it new problems created, with even superficially simple situations holding treacherous pitfalls. We seem unable to comprehend the other person we’re talking to or working with. Conversation then frequently turns into confrontation, while we’re often left in the dark as to why and how. And exactly those confrontations result in stress, which is counterproductive trying to stay healthy and safe. Friedemann Schulz von Thun explains how communication psychology can help us all get on better, both in personal and more matter-of-fact situations. Based on his theory I would like to suggest, strategically designed mindfulness cards focusing on our communication and the challenges we are currently facing.