New York Times article explores ways to build social connection

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In a recent New York Times article, reporter Christina Caron explores several ways to combat loneliness in your day-to-day life. One suggestion is joining a group: “If your network is shrinking — or if you feel unsatisfied with your relationships — seek new connections by joining a community group, participating in a social sports league or volunteering, which can provide a sense of meaning and purpose,” said Dr. Louise Hawkley, a research scientist who studies loneliness at NORC, a social research organization at the University of Chicago.

Read the full story at https://www.nytimes.com/2024/05/06/well/loneliness-mental-health-age.html

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