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Navigating Gen Z Loneliness: Investing in Connections and Community

Loneliness, according to the U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, is like an "epidemic." It's not just messing with our heads; it's affecting our health too. The struggle is real for us, especially when we're in that phase of making some of the toughest decisions of our lives.

So, people are trying everything from rock climbing to jujitsu, investing in gym memberships just to meet new faces. There are these exclusive social clubs like Soho House, where memberships can cost a pretty penny. But Gen Z and millennials are flocking to them like bees to honey, making them the fastest-growing cohorts in these swanky joints.

Apps like Bumble BFF are helping people make friends without spending a dime. Even free walking clubs, volunteering, and book clubs are on the rise.

We're showing that it's not just about swiping through profiles but about investing time, money, and effort into building a tribe. Whether you're dropping some serious cash or opting for budget-friendly options, the key is to combat loneliness head-on. After all, in a world that's increasingly digital, we're proving that meaningful connections are still the name of the game.

As Always,

You Just Need To Be You


The Socialode Team


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