Loneliness is on the rise. Just as is the case with boredom, we need to be agentic in seeking out meaningful interactions to overcome loneliness.
Does ChatGPT know what it means to be bored? Should we even make AI capable of experiencing boredom?
Are you worried about your relationship to your phone and social media?
Examining our own boredom—the painful feeling of being unable to engage our mind—may boost our empathy for friends and family with the condition.
Teenage boredom is prevalent at the best of times. Can we help our kids deal better with pandemic boredom?
Research suggests why time has slowed during COVID—and what we can do about it.
Lockdown 2.0 feels like the worst kind of Groundhog Day. But can we deal with our boredom a little better this time around?
During COVID, our social circles have been drawn tight—often uncomfortably so. But being stuck together doesn’t have to be relationship-destroying.
Is boredom making it impossible to effectively engage with politics?
What makes a person boring? And how can we avoid the tag ourselves?