Why Loneliness Is So Difficult 

The Friendship Report from Snapchat shows that insecurity and loneliness are increasing in the United States. For this purpose, 30,000 people in 16 countries, as well as experts worldwide, were surveyed. According to the study, 26 percent of Americans feel lonely. 

Social distancing also means that someone who lives alone can no longer meet his friends and relatives regularly. And that increases loneliness significantly by 40 percent. Especially since the second lockdown meets already troubled minds and the dark season is coming up. 

Singles Have To Be Inventive 

One thing is clear: data simply isn't possible at the moment. Especially now in the second lockdown. The good news: There are now not-so-bad ways and means to escape loneliness, and despite all the guidelines and rules that you should, of course, follow - get to know someone. 

Anyone who immediately shakes their head and thinks "irresponsible" does not know the loneliness with all its unpleasant side effects. For many people, it is an unbearable situation that is likely to continue for a while - no wonder if many singles get inventive. 

And inventive means in this case: You will find opportunities to get to know others without being reckless and irresponsible! We do not want to call for collective disobedience here but rather see what is possible and justifiable in these complicated times.