Search Results for: loneliness

4 Positive Ways to Deal with Loneliness Over the Holidays

By  •  December 10, 2019

We can be sailing along just fine – independent, self-contained, pursuing our own interests, plenty of friends, regular contact with family members, and then boom! – the holidays come upon us and we feel like our ship starts to sink…
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Confessions of a Lonely Woman: Overcoming Loneliness Starts with Yourself

By  •  September 29, 2019

A lonely woman. Aren’t these powerful, dare I say, almost ugly words? Conjuring up someone pathetic, perhaps? Someone you probably don’t want to know? Read More

6 Secrets for Dealing with Loneliness After 60

By  •  September 12, 2019

In a moment of pure madness, I decided to color my hair. This time I made the mistake of using a different hair color brand and yikes you won’t believe what happened!
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How Women’s Circles Boost Healthy Aging and Fight Loneliness

By  •  August 8, 2019

The bonds that are formed between women are powerful. From the beginning of time, we have come together – out of necessity and desire – to support each other. This …
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5 Habits to Fight Loneliness and Build Stronger Friendships

By  •  February 17, 2019

Loneliness is complicated. This is the simple truth that I have learned by talking with hundreds of women in our community about their friendships and family relationships. You can feel lonely in a crowded room. And, you can feel connected when you receive a single letter from an old friend. So, today, I wanted to offer 5 habits that each and every one of us can develop in order to fight loneliness and build stronger relationships. I hope that you find today’s video inspiring and useful. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More

The Battle Against Senior Loneliness: 5 Ways to Make New Habits That Keep You Engaged

By  •  February 15, 2019

Loneliness is a funny thing; it can sneak up on you when you least expect it. Have you found that you’re not socializing as much at this point in your life? Read More

Rethinking Loneliness – How the Search for Friendship is Really the Search for Ourselves

By  •  February 3, 2019

Loneliness is a complex problem. For starters, being alone is not the same as being lonely. Our feelings of loneliness come from how we interpret our situation, not from the simple fact that we are by ourselves. Read More

How to “Unthink” Your Way Into Overcoming Loneliness

By  •  January 7, 2019

A recent study saying that loneliness and social isolation are a major health hazard is no surprise to millions of people who are alone and lonely. Not having the fundamental human experience of connectedness is painful and even dangerous, especially if you are older. Read More

Is Loneliness Really the Want of Intimacy?

By  •  December 30, 2018

One of the most common misconceptions about loneliness is that it goes away as we add more people to our lives. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, many people that I know have 100’s of “friends” on Facebook. They may even live with someone else. But, they still feel lonely. Read More

4 Wonderful Ways to Conquer Loneliness When You’re Part of the 60-Plus Crowd

By  •  December 14, 2018

The Internet is probably the greatest purveyor of communication since the printing press. Thanks to that brilliant invention, the world is now virtually connected with the click of a mouse. Read More