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Today’s psychologists accept Fromm-Reichmann’s inventory of all the things that loneliness isn’t and add a wrinkle she would surely have approved of.
They insist that loneliness must be seen as an interior, subjective experience, not an external, objective condition.
” And at that, the woman’s “facial expression loosened up as though in great relief and gratitude, and her fingers opened.”Fromm-Reichmann would later become world-famous as the dumpy little therapist mistaken for a housekeeper by a new patient, a severely disturbed schizophrenic girl named Joanne Greenberg.
Fromm-Reichmann cured Greenberg, who had been deemed incurable.
And as they delve deeper into the workings of cells and nerves, they are confirming that loneliness is as monstrous as Fromm-Reichmann said it was.
The uncanny specter of loneliness “touches on our own possibility of loneliness,” she said.“We evade it and feel guilty.”Her 1959 essay, “On Loneliness,” is considered a founding document in a fast-growing area of scientific research you might call loneliness studies.Over the past half-century, academic psychologists have largely abandoned psychoanalysis and made themselves over as biologists.In a survey published by the AARP in 2010, slightly more than one out of three adults 45 and over reported being chronically lonely (meaning they’ve been lonely for a long time). With baby-boomers reaching retirement age at a rate of 10,000 a day, the number of lonely Americans will surely spike.Obviously, the sicker lonely people get, the more care they’ll need. Surveys confirm that people who feel discriminated against are more likely to feel lonely than those who don’t, even when they don’t fall into the categories above.
The less educated are lonelier than the better educated.