Lonley looking for new Bouse

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Lonley looking for new Bouse

From friends moving to new phases of life to connection meaning going on Instagram or Facebook instead of meeting in real life to longer working hours — there are so many reasons why we as a culture feel lonely. The most disturbing part about this for me is that we can be surrounded by people all day long, but still feel lonely. Search for a group on facebook, find one on the website, MeetUp. You can even -up for a class at a local community college. Take, for example, one of my closest girlfriends who has twin boys. So they made their own smaller group.

Lonley looking for new Bouse

To this day, those other twin moms are rocks in her life and got her through many sleepless baby-growing-up nights. When another good girlfriend of mine moved to a new city, she immediately started a book club. She wrote about what type of women the book club was for and posted it on facebook and the website, MeetUp. Interested women filled out an application she made and voila! Her book club instantly had a group of women — all with like-minded interests — who met weekly who were dying to meet other like-minded women because they each felt lonely.

Here, she began to find her tribe. I met one of my best friends to this day through facebook messenger. She saw we lived in the same city and sent me a message. Want to meet for coffee? The moral of the story? They say, NO? I know because guess what?

Lonley looking for new Bouse

Keep it simple by hosting a potluck and go around the table sharing how everyone ended up at your house. There will for sure be some funny stories and likely someone you click with, since everyone is somehow connected already. And then, have them send an intro where you can set up a coffee date. Easy peasy.

Lonley looking for new Bouse

And that just like the relationship with yourself, fostering relationships with others takes some nurturing, time, and consistency. And if you want deep conversations, that takes a willingness to well, go deep yourself and be open. the newsletter. Especially being someone who works from home.

Which really got me thinking about the causes. So where do we start?

Lonley looking for new Bouse

a group Search for a group on facebook, find one on the website, MeetUp. Start a group When another good girlfriend of mine moved to a new city, she immediately started a book club. Reach out I met one of my best friends to this day through facebook messenger.

Lonley looking for new Bouse

Reach out. Lots of love, Corinne. Share this post.

Lonley looking for new Bouse

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