The Unique Loneliness of Grief

From “What’s Your Grief”

Most people don’t think about the idea of loneliness in great depth. Loneliness is one of those concepts we assume we know. We equate it to the very definable concept of being alone, which means “without other people”, and thanks to “lonely people” archetypes — like the spinster with 10 cats and the misunderstood teenager — we think we know exactly what loneliness looks like.

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