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Misconception

Loneliness is not same as being alone, and it doesn’t have to do anything with your social skills, the number of friends you have, or the amount of money you possess. It is a universal feeling that is subjective for each individual.

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Loneliness is a silent killer. It may result in depression and various other mental health issues. Let's understand it and fight it together.

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