Teens aren’t socializing in the real world. And that’s making them super lonely

The increased loneliness might be tied to how teens spend their free time — often alone and on electronic devices rather than with friends in person.

Teens aren't socializing in the real world. And that's making them super lonely

Teens aren’t socializing in the real world. And that’s making them super lonely

The percent of high school seniors who said they often felt lonely increased from 26 percent in 2012 to 39 percent in 2017.

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