How Being Lonely Affects Our Brains

What science tells us about loneliness and our minds

Jerren Gan
Wholistique

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Photo by Adrien Olichon on Unsplash

Loneliness isn’t always the same as being alone.

Being alone is a choice. One might be looking to have some personal time for oneself after mingling with others. Another individual might find that being alone and engaging in hobbies is a fulfilling way to spend time. Being alone is…

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Jerren Gan
Wholistique

Systems Engineer and Physicist | Writing about the environment, mental health, science, and how all of them come together to create society as we know it.