Loneliness hurts. Most of us have experienced this. With the advent of technology and social media and the ever-increasing speed of life we may feel more connected in some ways but on the other hand “human moments” of actual face-to-face exchange without interruption can become more rare. A sociological study shows that disconnect seems to be on the rise with 1 out of 4 Americans feeling like they have no one to talk to about personal problems. Loneliness is the leading reason people seek out therapy and one study suggests that loneliness is a risk factor for mortality.
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