For families, the requirements to self-isolate and stay at home can be a time for bonding and rediscovery. For single people however, it’s a different experience. Author Acamea Deadwiler says while single people are used to being at home alone, most are also used to gathering with work colleagues or friends at public locations or each other’s homes. She has tips to ensure single people don’t feel overwhelmed by loneliness.
Acamea Deadwiler is the author of Single That: Dispelling the Top 10 Myths of the Single Woman. She is an accomplished writer and freelance journalist who has appeared on the FOX television network talk show, MORE. Deadwiler was designated as a Top 100 Contributor on Yahoo! with more than 1 million page views, and she has held Top Writer status in both love and feminism for Medium. She is also an event speaker who covers overcoming hardships, love and relationships. Deadwiler is a graduate of Valparaiso University with a background in communications
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