@ssonalese · Posted 20 Nov. 2020
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@admin · Posted 20 Nov. 2020
One of the best ways to deal with isolation and loneliness is to cultivate friendships. Friendships can help benefit your emotional and mental health. If you are confined at home, you can use video chatting or voice calls to sustain existing friendships and build new ones.
Make sure you stay physically active as well. Staying physically active can help you feel happier and think more clearly in addition to boosting your energy level.
I personally read some comforting Bible passages to find comfort.
Here are some of my favorites comforting passages:
Psalm 63: 6-8
1 Peter 5:6,7
Mathew 6: 25-34
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@LouieA30 · Posted 17 Dec. 2020
I agree, every time that I feel useless and lonely, I just open either my Bible application or the book itself. It makes me believe that soon, I will be seeing the light, and I wouldn't feel any negativity in the future. In addidtion, listening to music helps me too.
@Mathews · Updated 20 Nov. 2020
I think socialization is the key here. Socializing with others, especially your loved ones and friends can help you deal with being isolated and the stress that comes with it. You have no idea how many interesting and wonderful people are waiting to walk into your life out there. Having a positive mindset helps immensely, afterall nothing lasts forever.
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@bomb · Posted 20 Nov. 2020
The first step is to identify the problem. Try to find out what makes you isolate yourself. Try to establish if it is something within your control. Whether you can change it yourself or whether it will require some expert help. Some may be inbord. And hard to get rid.