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Advice From a Formerly Lonely College Student: New York Times

Excerpt from the New York Times... Advice From a Formerly Lonely College Student Last fall, I made a viral video about having trouble making friends. Here’s what I’ve learned. By Emery Bergmann, an award winner in this year's UnLonely Project Interactive FilmFest...

Being UnLonely: Psychology Today

Connection to Self and Others: A Critical Aspect of Recovery Why authentic and healthy relationships are essential to overcoming addiction. By Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH As published on PsychologyToday.com  This column will be a space for us to examine the...

Writing as an antidote for loneliness

As posted on the Harvard Health Blog... Writing as an antidote to loneliness Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH Contributor   It may not seem possible to be able to write your way to better health. But as a doctor, a public health practitioner, and a poet myself, I...

UnLonely on the Today Show

It's not every day the Today Show comes knocking, so you can imagine the thrill when reporter Kate Snow and producer Jared Crawford contacted us for their series on loneliness. They did a terrific job of laying out the why this has become one of today's major public...

Loneliness Coverage in US News and World Reports

The UnLonely Project and founder Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH were featured in US News & World Reports.  Here's an excerpt from the article.  You can read the full story here.  Feeling sad, lonely and useless is more than just an emotional quagmire for millions...

The Kennedy Center Arts Summit: UnLonely Discussion

Bill O'Brien and Jeremy Nobel have a conversation about how the arts can have a big impact on mitigating one of today's major health crises: Loneliness. Bill O'Brien, Senior Advisor for Innovation/Director of Creative Forces, National Endowment for the Arts Bill...

Loneliness Coverage in the NY Times

  PERSONAL HEALTH To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect Much of modern life, though seeming to promote connectivity, has had the opposite effect of fostering social isolation and loneliness, experts say.   By Jane E. Brody June 25, 2018 A four-minute...

Conversation at the School of Art Institute of Chicago

Being UnLonely through Creative Expression A conversation with Joseph Behen, Executive Director, Counseling, Health, and Disability Services at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, President of the Foundation for Art & Healing...

Psychology Today Disconnection Article

Featured in Psychology Today: A Cure for Disconnection Loneliness is so insidious: It hides in plain sight and, unlike smoking or obesity, isn't typically seen as a threat, even though it takes a greater toll on our well-being. The need for intervention is...

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...

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