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.
You can still help your child develop the most essential social skills at home, through play
Stop with the awkward virtual mass gatherings. Instead, embrace intimacy during the pandemic.
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