The Roots Of Loneliness Project: Unearthing Why We Feel Alone #infographic

The Roots Of Loneliness Project: Unearthing Why We Feel Alone #infographic

Although in recent years loneliness has been labeled an epidemic, we have come to think of it more as a global epidemic and while almost half of Americans experience loneliness, it is definitely not a problem that is special to our country or our culture.

Far be it.

Britons struggle with solitude; like those who live in Canada; in Australia; and the list goes on and on.

In fact, a loneliness minister has been appointed in the UK to fight growing concerns over this widespread issue.

We have developed a robust, ever-evolving tool and community where you can not only learn about different forms of depression and their root causes, but will also be able to communicate with those experiencing the same sensations.

Over time, we 're going to add more blogs, videos and tools to every depression subtype created by those who encountered it first-hand.

We invite you to read, explore, share your stories and questions with experts and communicate with others in a meaningful way.


  • Although there is no official consensus, there are a few broad, widely accepted categories of loneliness based on their root causes according to most psychological studies.
  • These include: loneliness in the situation, loneliness in the creation, and inner loneliness.
  • Every loneliness subtype that we list below falls within one or more of these specific categories.

The Roots Of Loneliness Project: Unearthing Why We Feel Alone #infographic

infographic by: www.womens-health.com

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