Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

The Loneliness Epidemic

1 in 5 People Say They Feel Lonely or Socially Isolated

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I live alone. I also work entirely from home. For this reason, I find it difficult to find reasons to leave my house. This has led to a sense of loneliness that can be hard for me to put into words. For nearly two years now, I’ve operated under a continuous feeling of social isolation.

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