Loneliness and gay
Julia recently defended her dissertation, which was a qualitative study of loneliness among celibate gay Christians. I hope to share some of the findings, which may have relevance to some of the Spiritual Friendship readership. The aim was to understand the experience of loneliness for Christian sexual minorities who are not involved in sexual relationships. All participants were adult Christians experiencing same-sex sexuality who made a commitment to celibacy five or more years ago.
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How to Cope When You're Gay and Lonely
Why Do Gay Men Often Deal With Feelings Of Loneliness?
By Tom Knight. But why do so many of us feel lonely? Match these feelings with anxiety and depression, and they can be an extremely dangerous combination. A digital life is no replacement for reality. I think the answer is different for each and every one of us.
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Grindr and Gay Loneliness
Gay men in China ages are eight times more likely to feel criticized and rejected compared with men in that country ages 20 or younger, new University of Hawaii at Manoa research shows. The reason may be that to year-olds tend to be out of college and in the workforce, where they may face overwhelming social discrimination, according to a study co-authored by Assistant Professor Thomas Lee in the Office of Public Health Studies at the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work. The study, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , is part of a recent effort among public health researchers to develop a better understanding of the mental health of the LGBTQ community.
Unfortunately, feelings of loneliness and isolation are really common in the gay community despite the focus on love and relationships. Loneliness is, in some ways, part of the gay experience. Since everyone is assumed to be heterosexual, we all start out in the closet.
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