Category: Sadness & Loneliness Guide

Living Alone and Loneliness::II. Enjoying Our Own Company

… Choosing to Live alone without having to feel lonely. Making more social contact through meeting other people is an important way to reduce the feelings of inner loneliness which we can all feel from time to time, and research shows that the more social support we have the less are the risks of unhealthy …Read the full article

Living Alone and Loneliness: I. Stepping Up and Stepping Out

 Stats show that more men in their 40’s and 50’s are living alone – the Office  of National Statistics data records that 1.3 million middle-aged men in the UK are living alone. Part of the reason is due to the decline of marriage (down from 79% of men in this age group in 1996 to …Read the full article