5 Reasons Intelligent People Might Be More Lonely

There's a reason that intelligence is linked to loneliness: people with a high IQ are more likely to be single than people with a lower IQ. In this video, we are going to share five reasons why intelligent people might be more likely to be lonely. Some of the reasons that we discuss include the fact that intelligent people are more likely to seek novelty, and difficulty fitting in with peers or seeing the world differently. If you relate to some of these reasons, feel free to share your experiences. The purpose of this video is to provide insights into your experiences. Writer/Researcher: Sidney Thompson Editor: Caitlin McColl Script Manager: Kelly Soong Voice Over: Drew Baillie Animator: Yifan Zhang (https://instagram.com/the._.yvonne) YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong REFERENCES: https://psych2go.net/why-intelligent-people-are-lonely/ Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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