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Andrea Brewster of IP Inclusive explores the solo side of working in IP and how contacting a colleague can help.
I'm not a hugely gregarious person. I don't mind my own company. But even I've suffered it now and then: that incredible need to connect. Loneliness.
There are 101 types of work-related loneliness, and we have our fair share here in IP.
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