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A report found 30 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds said apps like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are causing them to feel lonely as they have replaced face-to-face contact.
SIGNS TO LOOK OUT FOR EVEN if a child doesn't say they're lonely you may pick up signs, for example if they: | ALWAYS come out of school alone; | AREN'T invited on play dates; | DON'T go out with friends or have them round; | SEEM to have a cloud over their head and sigh a lot; | SAY they feel sad or depressed, and | SPEND a lot of time by themselves or in their room - although, remember some children are content to spend a lot of time alone, while others may be part of a large social circle but still feel lonely.
She will tell the Royal College's annual conference in Liverpool that for many patients their "main problem" is that they are lonely.
Paphos received the accolade in Lonely Planet's Best in Europe 2017 ,which highlights,'the most exciting European destinations to visit this year'.
To further enhance the entrepreneurial community in Singapore, entrepreneurs in Singapore will now have access to the same type of learning that has been developed in the United States by bringing The Lonely Entrepreneur Community to Singapore.
The survey of 2,000 adults revealed that more than half of Britons feel lonely, but those in cities like Coventry, Edinburgh, Newcastle and York feel least lonely.
MORE than half of Britons feel lonely amid an increase in marriage breakdowns and single occupancy households, a new report shows.
17 January 2015 - US-based travel media company Lonely Planet has acquired a strategic stake in media house Teton Gravity Research, the company said.
THE Campaign to End Loneliness is calling for more support for older people all year round following new research indicating they are more likely to feel lonely in summer.