coping with loneliness
The 57-year-old is overjoyed.
1. Make an effort to make new friends.
Remember, no one is exempt from feeling lonely at times.
All it takes is one rock to start an avalanche. That's all it takes. And in like manner, all it takes is one person to begin a cascade of love. That love and care and compassion and concern -- it's a free fall after that one encounter.
A new study on loneliness may force some people to take a good honest look at their relationship and reevaluate their choice
Social isolation may be associated with poor health consequences, including heart disease, researchers say. People with atherosclerosis