It is disturbing to observe that a sizable portion of girls between the ages of five and thirteen are lonely in a world where connection appears to be at an all-time high. According to recent studies, around 70% of girls in this age bracket say they have experienced loneliness at some point in their lives. This phenomena has long-term effects on their social and mental development in addition to its immediate effects on their well-being. Nurturing happier, healthier girls requires an understanding of the underlying reasons of this loneliness and the application of practical solutions.