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How Social Media Exploits Our Loneliness to Create Its Own Demand

Imagine you are sitting home alone (not so difficult to imagine these days, considering over 3 in 5 Americans were lonely even before the pandemic) and have some time on your hands. What will you do with your free time? Call a friend? Read a book? If you’re like most people these days, you may be […]

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Don’t Let Someone Else’s Loneliness Spoil Your Own

I went for a walk this morning in a nearby park and ended up in a lively conversation with an 87-year-old man who was walking his Shih Tzu. Alan talked at length about Marcy, who had entered his life six months ago after his previous dog had passed.  Keeping It Real  About ten minutes into […]

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Don’t Let Someone Else’s Loneliness Spoil Your Own

Take a look at my new article in Psychology Today here!

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Do We Enjoy Our Phones or Feel Trapped by Them? Part 1

Our new video from The Art of Living Free series! Watch here.

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Is Life a Solo Journey? Part One

A few weeks ago, I had dinner with John, a friend of mine in California in his mid-60s who is grieving the loss of his wife from cancer. John was struggling to manage his grief, not an easy task at any time, and especially not during the social isolation of the pandemic. He told me […]

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Is Your Phone Making You Lonelier?

Check-out Anthony Silard’s recent video from The Art of Living Free series here!

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Valentine’s Day in the Pandemic: Managing the Specter of Loneliness

As Valentine’s Day nears, many of my single friends and clients share their anxiety and loneliness with me. For many single people, self-esteem hits the rails around this time of year. “Why don’t I have someone in my life?” becomes the question du jour. Around Valentine’s Day, our thoughts tend to erroneously focus only on the intimate […]

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Have You Been Feeling More Alone than You Did Before the Pandemic? This video can help.

Loneliness is not the same as depression, and knowing the difference is paramount in enabling us to thrive through these difficult times. Watch this video, “How to Be Lonely Without Becoming Depressed” for more insight from Dr. Silard.

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How to Be Lonely Without Becoming Depressed, Part 1

Watch some wonderful insight here from Dr. Anthony Silard: How to Be Lonely Without Becoming Depressed.

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Check-out our latest video from The Art of Living Free series | Covid-19: The Second Social Distancing Threat to Our Way of Life in Thirteen Years, Part 3

In Part 3, Dr. Silard talks about how to transform feelings of anxiety and loneliness into connection. Please share these strategies with others you think might benefit. Watch here and let us know your thoughts!

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