STUDY: Loneliness is Actually Contagious

From the Practical Care Continuum newsletter

New research suggests that loneliness is actually contagious…spreading from person to person up to three degrees of separation. This means if someone close to you is lonely, or his or her cousin or friend is lonely, you may have a good chance of being lonely, too. This research is published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Read more.

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