New horizons against loneliness and solitude
The lifetime incidence of depression in the general population has been reported to be as high as nearly 30% (Vandeleur CL et al, 2017, Psychiatry Res; Kessler CR et al, 2003, JAMA).
Admitting to depression and seeking therapy is a long road. In the process, a lot is lost in terms of contacts and activities. Close relatives are also put to the test.
But it doesn’t have to be depression yet if you feel alone or not well. Sometimes a lot just comes together. In any case, in addition to possible therapy, you simply need encouragement, contacts and positive experiences.