Loneliness is my topic for this video. Or rather, how to experience less loneliness, feel less isolated and feel more of a connection with the world, the people in it and to feel more engaged.

It seems particularly pertinent given that so many of us have been so isolated during lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Did you know that loneliness may have similar public health outcomes as diabetes or smoking 15 cigarettes a day?

A wave of expert opinion is building towards the acknowledgement of loneliness as a growing epidemic across a number of societies (Western in particular). But this is no ordinary epidemic. It’s not biological, it’s socioeconomic and technological.

In this video I talk about this epidemic and some evidence of what a problem it is, and offer up a number of ways to reduce your feelings of isolation and loneliness.

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