In a world where communication is instant, where billions of people can interact at just a moment’s notice, it will come as a shock to many to learn that loneliness is an epidemic more rampant and destructive than at any point in history. In fact, almost everyone faces adversity from loneliness that causes them some degree of depression, anxiety or diminished self-esteem. Loneliness impacts people’s performance, leadership skills, and their ability to make fast and well informed decisions.
Meticulously researched and written by Tony Jeton Selimi, ‘#Loneliness: The Virus of the Modern Age’ explores the fierce scientific, psychological and spiritual impact of loneliness – a problem that has become an ironic epidemic in a world that is more interconnected than ever before. Empowering readers to redefine themselves and overcome the adversity, anxiety and stagnancy likely blighting their lives, Selimi truly breaks new ground in a volume that received a Finalist Award in the 2016 International Book Contest and recently appeared on Brian Tracey show for ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and their affiliate channels. It’s also been a hit among critics, too, with one recently writing, "The worldview developed here transcends science, dogma, and belief, giving readers a new way to reconnect with their truth, hearts, and Divine within”.
The book will be of tremendous value to people from all professions, parents, millennials, entrepreneurs, business professionals and small businesses who are daily facing the effects of the demands of living in a very fast paced, technologically connected, and unsafe world and are curious learners who want to grow and maximise their human and business potential.