2 Cultural "Lies" That Led David Brooks Down a Path of Loneliness

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In 2013, David Brooks found himself all alone in his apartment and realized he had no "weekend friends." Here, the New York Times columnist and bestselling author recalls the period during which he realized that despite being successful he felt empty inside because he had made the mistake of valuing time over people.

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