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I am torn about this book, hence my three star rating.
On one hand, this book does an excellent job demonstrating the extent to which people are social and the extent to... Read more
Thank you. This was a great book on the topic of loneliness. If you need it. get it. Good job!Published 5 months ago by Turtle Kientz
Great book from an authority figure in the field. Useful for psychologists, as well as the general public interested in human relationships.Published 7 months ago by P. Razavi
The essence of the book comes down to: lonely people are bad at socializing, so they should be better at socializing so they don't stay lonely. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ezekiel Smithburg
This book offered me so many insights into why we feel lonely and avenues we can consider to take ourselves and others out of loneliness. Very good book.Published 12 months ago by Tanya
Very insightful, filled with a lot of original thought and research that sheds light on why we are social and how our brains are wired (without boring the reader with too many... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rob Phillips
Very good in explaining loneliness and t how it affects our well being and the need for social connection with othersPublished 21 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 21 months ago by John Zoccali