We ask children what loneliness means to them

As part of our Loneliness Awareness Week preparations, we asked children aged four to 13 what being lonely means to them. Their words echo what a lot of older people tell us, describing loneliness as an ‘uncomfortable feeling’ when they’re ‘by themselves and feeling sad’, a result of ‘few or no connections to anyone’ which can be alleviated by talking to others. See what you think, below.


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