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Types of Loneliness

Types of Loneliness

1. Interpersonal Loneliness

This is the most common kind of loneliness children and adults experience. This is where a person is socially isolated or perceives him or herself as cut off from a significant other.

2. Social Loneliness

Social loneliness is where children or adults are excluded, rejected, or perceives themselves to be disconnected from a group or community.

3. Cultural Loneliness

When a person feels a disconnect from their own culture or the mainstream culture so much so that they feel they don’t belong anywhere.

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• Just as physical pain is a warning from the body telling us to take appropriate ac...

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