A new study focuses on the point at which we become lonely, and it differs for people ages 60 and up.
Many of us have been feeling disconnected during the pandemic. This is how mental health experts cope.
More than a million people could be self-isolating this Christmas – here's how to turn your frown upside down.
Some go for the hospital heating, others to speak to someone, only some are ill.
Heartbreaking research highlights the scale of pandemic loneliness and social isolation.
Almost half of Londoners say they don't have a close friend at work.
We all feel a little lonely sometimes - but what does loneliness and isolation do to the human mind? Professor Nathan Spreng tells us how loneliness is similar to hunger, a signal that we need nourishment from social interaction and what loneliness can lead to happening in the brain.
Share My Home is a national provider that matches older people with compatible younger companions for the mutual benefits of shared living. Giving older people a social lifeline and an affordable way to remain living well at home.
Beau needed me to feed him, exercise him, train him ― and, above all, love him. My days no longer felt empty, but had purpose.
There will be ups and downs in the next six weeks. But I’m focusing on what I can control, and on the little things that get me through.