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Humans are social creatures, interdependent on one another. Socializing is at its core, a mental workout, and an essential part of brain development.

Being alone, one can start to lose ...

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How solitude and isolation can affect your social skills

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Human beings form social circles averaging to 150 individuals; this is called the Dunbar’s Number.

A lack of people around us can actually make our brain shrink. The region known f...

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Positive solitude is a state of being alone without being lonely, in a contented manner.

Loneliness, on the other hand, is isolation with a...

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Social bonding is essential to almost all animals, with even rats who live alone being shunned by groups of rats.

Likewise, humans need face-to-face interactions. Teens spe...

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