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Being UnLonely: Connecting through “Chosen Family”

Finding Connection Through "Chosen Family" Extending your definition of "family" can lead to a growing network of support. By Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPHAs published on PsychologyToday.com  When Samantha Nystrom first began questioning her gender identity, she didn’t turn...

Resource: Scientific Research and Studies

Here's a reading list of scientific articles and studies that document research on one of today's growing public health crises: Loneliness and Isolation. May 2018 report in the Journal of the American Heart Association, “Perceived Social Isolation and Outcomes in...

Resource: Consumer Articles

Here's a reading list of articles that provide background and reporting on one of today's growing public health crises: Loneliness and Isolation. Harvard Crimson op-ed "Harvard Time Runs on Loneliness" Forbes article "Loneliness Linked To Negative Social Media...

“Hemophilia the Musical” Soundtrack and More Survey Results

Listen to the soundtrack on these platforms: Believe Limited Releases 'Hemophilia: The Musical' Soundtrack on Spotify, Pandora and SoundCloud in Honor of World Hemophilia Day and Launches 10-City Musical Theater Intensive Programs The Foundation for Art & Healing...

UnLonely in the Field: NAMI Maine

  John Donne’s now-ubiquitous phrase “No man is an island” still holds true today, nearly 400 years after its initial publication. For those living in the largely rural state of Maine, one of the least populous in the country, it’s a particularly poignant line. One in...

Survey Results Underscore the Importance of Connection

Watch how the production came about.(note: auditions have closed) Watch the musical.'Hemophilia: The Musical' Participants and their Caregivers Surveyed to Assess Impact of First-of-its-Kind Workshop and Theatrical Production for Teens with a Bleeding Disorder LOS...

Forbes: Loneliness Linked To Negative Social Media Experiences

Loneliness Linked To Negative Social Media Experiences, Study Finds Alice G. Walton, Contributor, Forbes We've been hearing more and more about loneliness, and the "loneliness epidemic," in recent years, as research has stared to lay out both its causes and effects....

UnLonely in the Field: Princeton Design Class

As the conversation around loneliness gathers steam, particularly vulnerable populations have begun to be identified. College students, who are often thrown into new social environments while simultaneously juggling demanding workloads, also battle the expectation of...

Loneliness Article in Princeton Alumni Weekly

Bye, Bye, Loneliness “Loneliness won’t just make you miserable,” Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH says. “It will kill you.” Excerpts from an article written By Deborah Yaffe in the Princeton Alumni Weekly Photo: Graham MacIndoe JEREMY NOBEL (Class of '77)— PHYSICIAN,...

Option B There for the Holidays

The UnLonely Project founder Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH was featured in this article for OptionB.org, the site built in conjunction with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's book Option B.  OptionB.Org is dedicated to helping you build resilience in the face of...