It Doesn’t Mean I’m Lonely When I’m Alone

Dr Eugene Tee, Associate Professor in Psychology
It Doesn’t Mean I’m Lonely When I’m Alone
   

27 August 2020

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Produced by: Dashran Yohan
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan & Dashran Yohan

There’s always a negative stigma attached to being alone or wanting some alone time. However psychologists suggest that being alone could actually be a blessing. Could there actually be benefits in being alone? We will be discussing this with an associate professor in psychology!

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