Andy’s Quick Hits (201): How to reduce loneliness

I have reported multiple times on loneliness during the pandemic — mostly because interest and research into loneliness has taken a large uptick.

I have also reported on how to combat this and was happy to see that a piece of research just out proved what I had already proposed and gives some solid evidence to this (and why). Not only that but it shows how best to use one’s…

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