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More Than a Third of Maltese Suffer From Loneliness

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Two out of every five Maltese who are aged 11 and over suffer from loneliness, according to  the first national scientific study on solitude.

The first wave of data from the study by the Faculty for Social Well-being also shows that at least one in 10 people – a staggering 46,000 – do not feel positive about their life.

For Dean Andrew Azzopardi, who led the study with Prof. Marilyn Clark, this figure was “quite worrying”.

Another telling find is that a third replied ‘yes’, or ‘more or less’ when asked whether they experienced a general sense of emptiness. 

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Two out of every five Maltese who are aged 11 and over suffer from loneliness, according to  the first national scientific study on solitude. The first wave of data from the study by the Faculty for Social...

 

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