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In the Media | 01.07.20

Graduate Udo Erasmus Addresses Loneliness Epidemic in Authority Magazine

Entrepreneur, author, and Adler University Vancouver Campus graduate Udo Erasmus, M.A. ’88, was recently featured in Authority Magazine.

Well-versed in psychology and mental wellness, Erasmus discussed “the loneliness epidemic” and possible solutions to the global pandemic of being increasingly less connected to each other in real life a reliance on technology increases.

“Whatever is going on in the world is not bringing us the connection we seek,” Erasmus said. “We hope for connection on the outside when our key issue is disconnection from the inside, and loneliness and isolation are just two words for this inner disconnection.”

Read Erasmus’s full interview in the Authority Magazine article, “5 Things We Can Each Do To Help Solve The Loneliness Epidemic,” With Author Udo Erasmus.

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