Loneliness is Toxic, and Its Effects Global

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Human behavior and cognition expert exposes the science, spirituality and psychology behind loneliness in new book, "#Loneliness"

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In some cases, emotional isolation ranks as high a risk factor for mortality as do addictions such as alcohol, drugs and smoking.

In a world constantly connected through technology and social media, the issue of loneliness seems obscure. Yet most people experience some level of loneliness in their life. So what is causing this disease that affects people worldwide?

Tony Jeton Selimi has dedicated his life to guiding people towards interconnectivity and away from loneliness. In his new book, “#Loneliness,” he dives into the core of what causes loneliness from a scientific, spiritual and psychological perspective and provides practical advice on how to end the cycle. This book guides readers on how to break through their loneliness and discover love, empathy, universal truth and wholeness.

“Loneliness arises through a lack of personal contact, connection and interaction,” Selimi said. “When you feel connected with your thoughts, emotions, feelings, and heart, you have the awareness of your interconnectedness. That’s when you feel alive, connected and loved regardless of the people around you.”

Loneliness not only impacts one’s mental health, but physical and emotional health as well. After breaking down the source of loneliness, Selimi guides readers to a state of health and fulfillment that will revolutionize their understanding of their overall well-being.

“In some cases, emotional isolation ranks as high a risk factor for mortality as do addictions such as alcohol, drugs and smoking,” Selimi said.

By sharing his personal journey of loneliness, including his troubled childhood, homelessness and an identity crisis, Selimi shows firsthand experience on the positive changes that love, balance and a healthy lifestyle can have on a person.

For more information, visit http://www.lonelinessthebook.com.

“#Loneliness: The Virus of the Modern Age”
By Tony Jeton Selimi
ISBN: 978-1-5043-4399-2
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press

About the author
Tony J. Selimi is a graduate of University College London (UCL). He is internationally known as a human behavior, cognition and emotional intelligence expert to business leaders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs seeking solutions to personal, professional, spiritual and global problems. Selimi is the author of “A Path to Wisdom,” a USA Book Awards 2015 finalist and Amazon.com Best Seller. “#Loneliness” is an award-winning finalist for the 2016 International Book Awards.

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