According to a new report, one in four of us are lonely. It’s a growing Australian condition, one that is often hard to measure, but it should be included in the discussion of mental health.
Research around the depths of loneliness Australians face has triggered a thought in Gretel Killeen: if loneliness was viewed as the economic burden to government it actually is, would they take more action?
Michael J Seidlinger’s Standard Loneliness Package is a compound of beautifully broken, wasted relationships. Bitterly, it forces you to examine your own failures.
Scientists in the US have discovered that feelings of loneliness may be genetic. And dipping into my own gene pool, I tend to agree.