Two-thirds of parents say they feel ‘cut-off’ from friends and family after having children: Warning over ‘epidemic’ of loneliness affecting families

More than half of parents suffer from loneliness as they feel ‘cut off’ from friends and family, a new survey has revealed.

One in five (21 per cent) have felt isolated in the last week amid the pressures of bringing up their sons and daughters.

The study from Action for Children warns that an ‘epidemic’ of loneliness in the country is having a ‘devastating’ impact on the lives of children, young people and families.

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