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Letter: Help To Ease the Loneliness

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NEW research by Rotary Great Britain and Ireland, show that almost HALF of the adults in Britain say that they are lonely and 41% say that they feel most lonely in the evenings when they get home from work.

The average Brit sits alone in front of the box for 3hrs 30mins every day, compared to just two hours spending time with friends or family. People aged between 25-45 on average socialise for an average of 3 hours and 20 minutes.

A quarter of the respondents polled would like to socialise more, two thirds (66%) are happy with the amount they do, and 4% said they would like to socialise less in a typical day. Women are more likely to want to socialise more with 27% compared to 22% men.

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NEW research by Rotary Great Britain and Ireland, show that almost HALF of the adults in Britain say that they are lonely and 41 say that they feel…

 

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