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Independent Age 2h
Most of us will feel lonely at some point, for all sorts of reasons. There are things you can do to help yourself and places you can look for support. Download our guide for more:
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Kasley Killam Sep 15
Every day there are new articles, research, and solutions about as a problem. So and I are starting a forum to share and discuss them all in one place. Join us!
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Adam Crawley 🦂 21h
Loneliness is with me wherever I go. I don’t miss her I just miss someone
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Olivia Field 11m
What's next for and why must we do more to tackle it? Learn more at our reception 'Working together to tackle loneliness' at 8.30 pm Hall 2 Room 1 ACC with &
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Sam Bear Sep 22
My friends off to Penrith taking his children swimming like every and has left me here
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Keychange Charity 27m
is all to real in people who suffer from , we're delighted to help our resident try and conquer it whilst Children help dementia patients in care home as part of new isolation study
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FriendsOfTheElderly 17h
We’re dedicated to ending and we need your help! Why not: 🍰Organise a cake sale ☕Invite friends, family and neighbours to a coffee morning 🏅Enter a fun run, swim, cycle ride or other sponsored challenge Download our pack today!
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Seema Kennedy MP Sep 21
Loneliness can affect everyone at any stage in life. Today, I will be on discussing my role co-chairing the Commission and my campaign to combat in our society across all ages. Let's
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animal liberation & antinatalism 20m
there are different sorts of suffering. i suffer in multiple ways. i suffer during every waking moment: possibly while i'm asleep as well. i'm not enjoying life; i'm enduring it
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Physios 4 PA 12h
Leisure-time enhanced positive emotions for older adults with . The effects of leisure-time for optimism, life satisfaction, psychological well-being, and positive affect among older adults with loneliness
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Kylie-Ann 1m
New on the blog: I wrote about my Seventy Miles Solo. How my walk around the Isle of Wight taught me something unexpected about myself
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Broadland Housing 33s
So excited about our second week, which starts today! Looking forward to welcoming speakers from , & other organisations working to combat
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Social Connections, Cohesion & Health Sep 21
We are delighted to host Professor Cath Haslam- Professor of at . Book your place now to learn more about the Groups 4 Health programme: an intervention which targets psychological distress stemming from social isolation &
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Michael Short 9h
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Lendlease UK Sep 17
isn’t an issue that can be solved by one person. It’s something we need to fix together. How do we do it? Help us find the solution
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tota 4h
How to fall in love?
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Joshua Calero-Hill 8h
I’ve been trying to out and do something all weekend but something always stops me
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BrunelAgeingStudies 3h
Recording done (including Prof Christina Victor) for 's All in the Mind programme on 1st October which will present the results of the experiment survey
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Kim O'Neill 9h
The fear of loneliness can be traced back to our earliest days. The definitions have changed over time, but the underlying feeling of disconnection has always been dangerous for us. More:
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Anna 10h
'may came home with a smooth round stone, as small as a world and as large as alone. ' - E.E. Cummings
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