Experiencing feelings of loneliness can happen when we feel isolated or have a lack of social connection in our daily lives.
To cope with loneliness, we can be self-compassionate and work towards creating bonds with others.
Acknowledge Your Feelings
It’s important to understand where our feelings are coming from. When we are able to validate our feelings and recognize that we are lonely, we can find healthy outlets.
Instead of avoiding these emotions, you can write them out in a journal or talk about them with someone you trust.
Recognize You Are Not Alone
It’s normal for loneliness to come in waves. Feeling lonely is a part of being human and it is manageable.
You can handle loneliness by slowly making connections with people you care about and taking steps to reconnect with peers.
Nurturing your relationships fosters human connection.
When we practice gratitude, we can focus on the positive experiences we have.
You can counteract lonely feelings by noticing the small things that bring you joy.
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