Breaking the Cycle of Loneliness

An ongoing Harvard study points to one important thing.

“Good relationships keep us happier and healthier.  Period”.

A Cigna study done just last year shows that only 50% of Americans have “meaningful in-person social interactions” on a daily basis.

The numbers are worse for Gen Z – our children and grandchildren.

One solution – volunteer.

Give of your time.  In giving you receive the benefit of in person face-to-face social interaction.

Phones make us feel alone.

Screens divert us to the black hole of social media.

A “smart” phone owner is one who cultivates face-to-face relationships.

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