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Journal: Loneliness and Social Connection

Loneliness is the sense of feeling alone. While some people who are lonely are physically separated from others, we can be around others and still feel lonely when important connections are missing. We may feel lonely for different reasons and experience loneliness in our own ways, but loneliness is always painful. Research increasingly shows that loneliness isContinue reading “Journal: Loneliness and Social Connection”

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App: Wysa

Wysa is a global leader in AI-driven mental health support, combining the easy anonymity of chatting with an AI bot with clinically validated therapeutic interventions.  Rated by ORCHA as the top mental health app from a clinical safety and usability perspective, Wysa has been the featured app on Google Play worldwide on World Mental HealthContinue reading “App: Wysa”

Podcast: Breaking Modern Loneliness

Ari Leff, a.k.a Singer/Songwriter/Producer Lauv, gets real in this episodic podcast about human relationships and mental health, joined by health professionals and other musical artists. There are only three episodes up on Spotify so far, but hopefully more to come! In the meantime, here’s the track that inspired this podcast:

What is Loneliness?

“Everybody feels lonely sometimes. But only few of us are aware how important this feeling was for our ancestors – and that our modern world can turn it into something that really hurts us. Why do we feel this way and what can we do about it?” Credit: Kurzgesagt – In a NutshellVideo Link:

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