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Like William's friend, I found myself feeling sad at times while reading the book.
Despite the sometimes confusing terminology they do a good job helping the general reader understand what was stated.
Demonstrates that loneliness may well be a more accurate and useful diagnosis than depression or anxiety.
Very good in explaining loneliness and t how it affects our well being and the need for social connection with othersPublished 5 months ago by W. Neal
What a well-written and even better researched scholarly work by Mr. Cacioppo and Mr. Patrick. I could write a 2000-word essay about it and how it relates to my experiences over... Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Zoccali
It's rather uplifting given the title, focusing predominantly on what it means to NOT feel lonely. Dr. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael B. Drennan
This was a great read, although it gets a bit academic at times. Granted, that was the point, so I can't really fault the authors for that. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amanda Michelle Jones
This book is worthless. No insight. Approach is ill taken. Writing is mediocre. It is worthless. Well, I am sure you can burn it and make a cool bonfire with it.Published 9 months ago by David Hernandez
If the first 19 pages are any indication, this is a most excellent book. It came out in 2008 and I feel bad that I did not get my hands on it 5 years ago. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Terry W. Strong
The books explains the loneliness and the problems associated with it. I've dealt with this problem since I moved to the US at the age of 17. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Babak Mammadov
On the scientific front, Loneliness is a phenomenal work. It provides evidence that loneliness is not just an ephemeral emotion that we feel from time to... Read more
Cacioppo's book is an excellent way to begin to understand loneliness, its
negative effects on people, and some ways to help people cope with it. Read more