If you have no one to talk to (or the wrong
people to talk to) your thoughts and ideas can feel
jumbled and end up causing more stress. A shocking 45%
of Americans have no one to talk to at some point
in their life.
need a sounding board. We need to be heard by someone
who can offer acknowledgment and clarity. No matter
what the issue is, we all need connection and support.
many people find themselves with no one to talk to while
Adjusting to major life changes is challenging
divorce, retirement, loss of job, moving, problems with
growing children, unrequited love, the death of a spouse,
death of a friend or pet, health issues and aging, changing
and Security Fears:
Fear has a profound impact on our well-being.
listening to the news can elevate stress hormones in
the body. On top of that we have financial stress, relationship
and family problems, health issues and spiritual crisis.
Beings are a Communal Species.
a sad and detrimental state of affair when we find ourselves
(or we see our elderly parents) alone. We know what
a supportive community is and we've had dear friends
in the past. But now, too often (45% of Americans),
find themselves suffering from loneliness. We've moved.
We lost our spouse. Our children have grown and gone.