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"Isolation is the experience of being separated from others. It may result from being physically separated from others, such as when a person lives in a remote area. Isolation can also result from being emotionally removed from a community. (The separation could be real or perceived.) An isolated person may experience loneliness or low self-esteem. Over time, a person may develop social anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns. The right therapist can help individuals build social skills and connect with others. Therapy can also help people recover from the effects of isolation. Isolation is a growing problem for modern society. In America, roughly 40% of people say they feel lonely and/or isolated. This percentage is double the national rate from the 1980s (20%). Yet isolation does not have to be permanent. There are many ways you can build a social network or strengthen emotional bonds. A therapist can help you identify strategies to best suit your situation. "