Loneliness and Mental Health

In this week's episode for Mental Health Awareness Week 2022, Leyla takes a deep dive into loneliness and mental health and what can be done. Continue Reading Loneliness and Mental Health

Welcome to the 141st episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month, as it’s Mental Health Awareness Month and this year’s theme is loneliness, I am focussing on loneliness and its impact on mental health.

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In today’s show on Loneliness and Mental Health

  • How loneliness is affecting people living in the UK backed up with statistics. [01:19]
  • Why loneliness can be subjective. [02:30]
  • The true meaning of loneliness and how it is defined. [02:54]
  • What we can do when we feel lonely and how we can support others. [10:10]

Quotes on Loneliness and Mental Health

  • Society needs to find better ways of tackling the epidemic of loneliness.
  • The pandemic has made me feel like much more of an introvert.
  • Loneliness is that unwelcome feeling of lack or loss of companionship.
  • If we enjoy our own company, we’re doing something that brings us joy, we might be alone, but we’re not lonely
  • Being lonely can become a serious problem when it becomes a day-to-day reality, and over time, that can grind us down.

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