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Over 186,000 Currently Facing Loneliness – Faculty for Social Wellbeing Study

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Less than a year ago the Faculty for Social wellbeing in collaboration with Caritas Malta produced a 26-minute documentary anchored by the popular journalist Keith Demicoli, The scourge of solitude: the walk towards a solution. 

Let’s lay the cards on the table.  Our need to be connected with each other is an intrinsic part of our nature. To be part of a group is a natural prerequisite. Loneliness, not out of choice, is something that shows us that there is something that isn’t functioning well in our lives.  The phenomenon of loneliness is the social wound of our times - which is such an idiosyncrasy considering we invest so much in communication and networking of all sorts.

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Less than a year ago the Faculty for Social wellbeing in collaboration with Caritas Malta produced a 26-minute documentary anchored by the popular journalist Keith Demicoli, The scourge of solitude:

 

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