How I combated loneliness in the time of Covid-19

08 Apr 2021
By Jennifer H., Student at University of Portsmouth

As an introvert, you’d think I’d revel in quarantine and lockdown. The idea of being ‘forced’ to simply do whatever I wanted without obligation or commitment to others was almost a dream-come-true.

On the face of it, it really didn’t sound all that bad, but I was very, very wrong. It all went down the drain for me when I realised that, actually, I really did value those face-to-face connections.

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I’m a first-year English literature student at the University of Portsmouth.