Filip Gjorgoski – Loneliness can be harsh. Not having people in your life that you can talk to, can make you feel empty and disconnected from the world.
Loneliness can be brought on by big life events or just simply growing up.
The development of modern society and technology isn’t making it any easier either. People are using social media more often, working longer hours, living alone, travel away for jobs and keep pushing each other further and further away. Continue reading “Loneliness — The Science Behind It & Its Effects On Physical Health”
Richard Enos – Current evidence indicates that heightened risk for mortality from a lack of social relationships is greater than that from obesity.
Loneliness can reliably be linked to a significant increase in the risk of early mortality, according to a study at Brigham Young University. Head author, Julianne Holt-Lunstad, notes that “substantial evidence now indicates that individuals lacking social connections (both objective and subjective social isolation) are at risk for premature mortality.”
Holt-Lunstad believes the risks associated with loneliness are already greater than such established dangers as obesity: Continue reading “Study Suggests Risk of Death From Loneliness May Be Greater Than Obesity”
Nikki Harper – In this strange covid-19 world, tens of millions of people around the world are currently in lockdown of some kind, allowed to leave the house only for essential shopping or exercise. Many are lucky enough to be living with their families, loved ones or friends, but for those who live alone, or whose relationship with their household is strained, loneliness is a very real result of social isolation.
Factor in that most people also feel anxious about the current situation and its uncertainties, worried about their health and their family’s health, and stressed about the financial impacts of covid-19 – and you have a truly toxic psychological cocktail for those who also find themselves feeling lonely and vulnerable . Continue reading “Lonely in Lockdown? Mindfulness Can Help”
Sal Mateo – You’re surrounded by people. They’re laughing, smiling, and talking. Everyone seems to be having a great time – they all seem to feel so connected with each other. But no matter how much you want that feeling, you can’t help but feel completely alone.
A sense of heaviness and hollowness may fill your chest as you watch them all:
I am alone, completely and utterly alone. Nobody can truly see me. No one truly understands me. No one even cares. I make no difference to them. I am not like them at all.
Your thoughts may spiral as the emptiness you feel becomes more and more suffocating.
Can you relate to these feelings?
Can you relate to being in a room full of people but feeling totally alone and isolated inside?
If so, I want to assure you that you’re not alone. Continue reading “Ways to Stop Feeling Lonely and Isolated”
Doreen Virtue – It’s a rainy day while we’re filming, so we’re tucked into Doreen’s office patio with the dogs.
Part 1 of the video focuses upon healing loneliness and fear, especially related to childhood. Part 2 discusses how to hear and follow your divine guidance, which keeps you safe and joyful. Part 3 extends the Divine Healing for Addictions video course offer until the end of August, now that the cart issue has been resolved.
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SF Source Doreen Virtue Jul 2017