If you’re struggling to detach yourself from your various devices during this pandemic—or, if you can't do that out of necessity, but would like strategies for constantly looking at a screen without wanting to crack it into pieces—here are some tips.
Photographer Flora Maclean was stuck at home, not on a desert island – but that didn't stop her from making her own collection of Wilsons.
MRI scans of lonely people reveal how their brain might value their best friends, acquaintances and celebrities all the same.
If you're feeling lonely or adrift, you can create a chosen family of queers near and far—there are plenty of like-minded people out there for you.
Is Chatroulette the same as meeting a random person on a night out? Of course not. But it's still pretty fun.
Here’s how to safely show up for your block, your building, and others near you during the coronavirus pandemic—because that’s crucial to our health, too.
Studies have found Gen Z to be the loneliest generation yet, with social media to blame. We asked some experts how, why and what can be done about it.
A recent poll from organisation Turning Point showed that 54 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds get lonely, and 21 percent say they are intoxicated once a week or more.
Today's solo dwellers are less likely to design their homes around entertaining others than previous generations were. That makes sense: We're busy, on a tight budget, and exhausted.
“We’re the only club event in the world where someone was rushed to hospital because they’d forgotten to take their drugs."
Being more intentional with our social interactions can improve our well-being and help stave off emotional burnout.
Companies trotted out smart helmets, orgasm trackers, and more health “solutions” no one asked for at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show.