loneliness

Many of us have been feeling disconnected from others during the COVID pandemic. This is how mental health experts cope with it.
"With many households now debating their holiday plans, a large number of people will face the prospect of yet another holiday season on their own."
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to more people being alone and more loneliness, which can hurt your mental health.
It's been a long year of the coronavirus pandemic. Let us answer your mental health questions about uncertainty, PTSD, loneliness, grief and more.
The coronavirus pandemic is causing isolation from family and friends this year. Here's how to cope if your mental health is suffering.
We may not be able to hug friends and family for a while thanks to coronavirus, and that can have consequences on our mental health.
Struggling to get a moment alone, parents? There's a reason for that: kids are missing their friends.
The TV psychologist says loneliness will "destroy more lives" than the infection.
Weeks on your own might be the dream for some, but it can quickly become frustrating.