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Lonely Young Adults See Their Neighborhoods As Less Cohesive

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Feeling lonely and being alone are different, often unrelated, states — some may find themselves feeling lonely in the midst of a gathering full of friends and some people experience few moments of loneliness despite spending considerable time alone. Loneliness is a socioemotional state that arises when we perceive our social connections as lacking, either in quantity or quality, and this perception extends beyond our one-on-one relationships to the relationship we have with our broader community.

With this in mind, researchers at King’s College London set out to investigate how one component of community — the immediate neighbourhood — might relate to young adults’ feelings of loneliness.

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Feeling lonely and being alone are different, often unrelated, states — some may find themselves feeling lonely in the midst of a gathering full of friends and some people experience few moments of loneliness...

 

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