The World Health Organization has launched an international commission on loneliness, which can be as…
Loneliness is on the rise, with devastating consequences for our mental and physical health according to new research. Here, are the best expert-approved ways to get connected
As the poet Rupi Kaur wrote, “the irony of loneliness is we all feel it at the same time – together.” Very few of us can claim we haven’t had feelings of isolation at some point in our lives, or yearned for more or better relationships than we have. Bereavement, relocation, break ups, even certain periods of the year weighed down with social expectation – such as Christmas or long bank holiday weekends – can all cause one to feel disconnected.
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