“All the lonely people, where do they all come from?” The lyrics of the old Beatles’ song, “Eleanor Rigby” ring truer today than ever. What was supposed to be a two-week “stay at home” order, has evolved into three months of very little social contact. Loneliness has wreaked havoc in the emotional well-being of many people. But even before the pandemic, loneliness was a problem. Many people, spent most of their workweek in a small cubicle hammering away on a computer with little contact with others. That’s why the ratings of reality TV have gone through the roof as people choose to observe other people’s lives in a virtual world. It’s not difficult to point out the lonely boys and girls in our schools. No friends, no cliques, no one. Fact is, you can spot lonely people just about anywhere especially these days — including in the mirror.