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Americans Turn Away from Community Organizations

In his book Adrift, New York University professor Scott Galloway writes:

We used to be more involved in our communities. In the 1990s most Americans attended ...

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One Thing that Brings Health and Happiness

What if we could study people from the time that they were teenagers all the way into old age to see what really matters to a person’s health and ...


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‘Woodworking Shed’ Combats Loneliness in Men

Across the world, men are learning that the easiest way to cure a bout of social isolation is not by talking face-to-face, but shoulder-to-shoulder.

When ...


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New Yorkers Discover Rural Life Isn’t ‘Greener Grass’

During COVID-19, New York City residents started moving into the country. The 13,000-plus member Facebook group “Into the Unknown” unites ...


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The Blessings and Privilege of Friendship

There is no evidence that poet and philosopher David Whyte is in any way a Christian, nor does he claim his thoughts are inspired from the Bible. But ...


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Why It’s So Lonely at the Top

“Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” This is the most famous line in William Shakespeare’s play Henry IV, Part 2, spoken by the ...


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The Raw Truth of Loneliness

Writing for OMagazine, psychologist Shira Nayman gives a poignant overview:

Loneliness is perhaps the greatest of human aches. It thwarts our fundamental ...

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Top Regret of The Terminally Ill

In her book, author Susan S. Phillips writes about the importance of maintaining friendship, especially in old age:

Australian palliative care nurse Bronnie ...

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Loneliness Surging Among Millennials

According to internet market research firm YouGov, “the social media generation is the one that feels the most alone.” Their latest report ...


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Millennials are Restless and Obsessed with Starting Over

Young Americans are restless and on the move. Fifty-nine percent of Americans aged 18 to 35 currently live somewhere besides their hometown. Almost 80 ...


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