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35 highs and lows of living alone

Around the world, more than 300 million people live alone – and these numbers are on the rise. We asked our readers what they love – or hate – most about living alone, and discovered a poignant mix of blissful freedom and bittersweet sorrow. Where do you fall on that scale – and how many of these heartfelt responses resonate with you?

35 highs and lows of living alone
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“Being alone is not the same as being lonely” writes Reader’s Digest reader Lee from South Australia. Her wise words were just one of the comments we received on this fascinating topic. Read on for the rest…

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I love the quiet thinking time that allows my inner soul to breathe. – Alison



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