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Olivia Laing on What the Lives of Great Artists Reveal About Vulnerability, Love, Loneliness, Resistance, and Our Search for Meaning – Brain Pickings

Art and the Human Spirit: Olivia Laing on What the Lives of Great Artists Reveal About Vulnerability, Love, Loneliness, Resistance, and Our Search for Meaning

The composite creation of a doctor, a philosopher, a poet, and a sculptor, the word empathy in the modern sense only came into use at the dawn of the twentieth century as a term for the imaginative act of projecting yourself into a work of art, into a world of feeling and experience other than…

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Mental Health

Christmas without family: How to prevent loneliness

Woman talking on the phone while walking next to fairy lights

Many of us are concerned about our sanity and cannot see loved ones during the holiday season, reveals Samaritans Christmas can be a difficult time for some, even without a global pandemic. Given the restrictions on socializing this year, separation of family and loved ones is one of the biggest issues Samaritans face this Christmas,…

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Motivational Stories

Overcoming Loneliness: Free eBook – Positivity Guides

Overcoming Loneliness: Free eBook - Positivity Guides

Loneliness is something you can’t avoid in life. There will be times when you feel lonesome, and you can live a happier life if you learn how to deal with it when it happens. To make that an easier process, psychologists have identified seven different types of loneliness. ‘New Kid’ Loneliness Like being the new…

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Motivational Stories

How To Deal With Loneliness & Turn It Into Moments of Self Reflection

How To Turn Loneliness Into Moments of Self Reflection

Being alone is daunting for some people. Let’s face it: in today’s world, it is believed that we are hardly ever alone, especially with the use of technology and the connections we have with others through social media. But however connected we feel we are, however many Likes on our posts we receive, or re-tweets…

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