Making your holidays less lonely
December 31, 2020
by Ken Stewart
According to a January 2020 Loneliness Index survey from the Cigna health company, 61 percent of adults in the United States report they are lonely. That’s a seven percent increase from 2018—not to mention a pre-coronavirus lockdown figure. In April, research group SocialPro found that one-third of U.S. adults are feeling lonelier than usual. And now the holiday season has arrived, which is often a major trigger point for anyone prone to feelings of loneliness due to distance or missing someone.
With all those odds stacking up and COVID-19 social distancing likely to ch...