Loneliness Isn’t Just Sad – It Changes Your Personality

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Feeling lonely and isolated might be changing you in ways you don’t expect. A new study links loneliness with shifts in personality. Host Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest Dr. Gwilym Roddick discuss how therapy could help reverse these negative effects.

Loneliness Can Change Us

Feeling isolated can actually lead to changes in our personality over time. This could mean becoming less outgoing or less cooperative.

Therapy Can Help Break the Cycle

Therapists help people become more flexible in their thoughts and behaviors. If loneliness changes our personality, therapy might be able to reverse some of those effects.

New Awareness, New Possibilities

Understanding that we’re not stuck with our personalities is empowering. This study suggests that with support and effort, we can shape who we become.

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