How to Overcome Loneliness According to Psychology

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As human beings, we are hard-wired for social connection and interaction.
Our ancestors survived by depending on the collective for food, shelter, physical caregiving, reproduction, and the exchange of goods and services.
In today’s world we still need social connection for emotional wellbeing, a sense of community and support. Despite this psychological need for connection, loneliness is a common experience.

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