Feature Stories

Evan’s Story: UnLonely on Campus

Evan's Story: UnLonely on Campus “College is the best four years of your life.” First-year students at undergraduate colleges and universities around the country hear this phrase perhaps more than any other, from parents, siblings, teachers. I certainly...

Being UnLonely: Psychology Today

  How to Be UnLonely During the Holidays Coping during a season of high expectations As published on PsychologyToday.com  Why do we get lonely during the holidays? Let’s think about why we get lonely at all. Most people experience loneliness as a gap...

Caregivers Month

  Celebrating Caregivers Month in Augusta     Caregiving is very difficult work, work that can be physically grueling and emotionally grinding. It often results in isolation and loneliness for the caregiver who, over time, increasingly withdraws from activities in...

UnLonely for the Holidays

Give the Gift of Creative Expression 🙂 Welcome! Now more than ever, join us this holiday season in discovering how powerful creative expression can be in authentically connecting us with each other.  Watch the video below to find out more about why this is so...

The Therapeutic Power of Creative Expression through Paper

"The Paper and Packaging - How Life Unfolds™ campaign recognizes the ways letter writing can bring people together," said Mary Anne Hansan, Paper and Packaging Board executive director. "These survivors choose peace every day and choose to see the world in a positive...

TEDMED: Robert Gupta’s Healing Music

TEDMED: Robert Gupta's Healing Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx6KK-eT4qw Roberta Gupta, who brings classical music to underserved communities, explains the diverse therapeutic capacities of music to affect neuropathways that are damaged. Opening...

Overeating and Loneliness

Lonely. Bored. Sad.

Late at night, feeling alone, millions of people sit with these feelings. Unsure how to feel better, unsure how to feel full. And food seems to offer a comforting answer. A trip to the fridge, something tells us, will make us feel whole again.

Being UnLonely with Eileen Rockefeller

Eileen Rockefeller, author, public speaker, and venture philanthropist talks to the Foundation of Art & Healing about the importance of healing in the community. When we come together, she says, we can “turn from the place of isolation to one of belonging.”

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