On the core of any profitable enterprise is a nicely organized administration. “Feeling that strain to achieve financial targets means we’re putting ourselves to work at the cost of spending time with family members, and it’s that lack of time spent with folks near us that’s related to feeling lonely and disconnected,” says Deborah Ward, a UB graduate scholar and adjunct college member at the UB’s psychology division who led the research on a team that additionally included Ashley Whillans, an assistant professor at Harvard Business College, Kristin Naragon-Gainey, at the University of Western Australia, and Han Younger Jung, a former UB graduate scholar.

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