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Holiday Season Brings Loneliness For Many

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 20: General view of tree at the Los Angeles Union Station Tree Lighting Ceremony at Union Station on November 20, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Loneliness Can Build For Many During Holidays

It’s the start of holiday season, and for some that means getting together with family or loved ones and sharing a nice meal together. But for many, the holidays can amplify feelings of loneliness. The COVID 19 pandemic has changed how we interact with each other and experience events, making this time even more challenging and feelings of loneliness more common.
Guest: Kory Floyd, Professor of Interpersonal Communication, University of Arizona and the author of The Loneliness Cure

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