Are you young and lonely? You're not the only one


A man walks by himself on Pier 45 in Hudson River Park, New York. Research finds that a young male living in an individualistic society like the US, is the most likely to feel lonely. — AP

A new British study, which surveyed people from all around the globe, has found that those who are young, male and living in an “individualistic” country could be more vulnerable to feelings of loneliness.

Carried out by Exeter, Manchester and Brunel universities, the new study is the first published research from the BBC Loneliness Experiment.

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