British midlifers are the loneliest in Europe: Do you have any advice on how to cope?

man looking sad lying in bed
man looking sad lying in bed

Middle-aged people in England are the loneliest in Europe, revealed research conducted by psychologists.

The researchers at Arizona State University, who were comparing Europeans with Americans, found that, overall, those stateside were lonelier than their counterparts in Europe. But Englishmen and women reported the highest levels of “midlife loneliness” in Europe.

What’s causing this loneliness? And what, if anything, can we do about it?

Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week, The Telegraph is asking its readers to send us stories about their struggles with loneliness and their tips to help them cope.

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