What You Need to Know To Be Uncomfortably Comfy — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Imagine you asked someone in passing, “How are you?” and they responded with, “I’m lonely.” Would you be surprised, would it feel awkward and uncomfortable? Crickets chirping all that could be heard? Why are we as Americans, as human beings, so very uncomfortable with statements that are emotional
The Anti-Loneliness Pill - Would You Take It? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Despite popular belief, “anti-depressant or anti-anxiety happy pills” don’t make you happy – they may merely allow you to see eye-to-eye with the people around you instead of having to yet again fail at finding the strength to “yell up from the bottom of a well to exchange a simple ‘hello’”. As I
Burnout Syndrome or Loneliness - Which is It? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Social psychologists, organizational behaviorists, and human resource personnel have noted a significant increase in the chronic and debilitating state of work-related stress known as burnout syndrome. About two-thirds of full-time employees and 50% of CEOs report feeling lonely at their workplace.
The Power of Solidarity: 2020's Consolation Prize? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
We are experiencing how the sense of solidarity in unusual circumstances has the power to steady us during a time of global crisis. If solidarity is this powerful, may I submit to you that despite the tragic losses we are experiencing in this costly season, this might be exactly where we need to be
Ready to Trade Digital for Physical Proximity? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
“I’m so ready for things to be normal”. ....we have yet to address what a collectively experienced pandemic does to an entire nation whose citizens are bound to experience PTSD to some extend. ..So, let me ask you, how ready are we really to trade our digital proximity for a physical one both scient
The #1 Thing to Hold on to in Crisis — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
In that place much can be justified, especially those things that are legal and seem well within our rights. But let us not forget to consider the cost. We already know that nothing in life is free, even if there is no monetary value attached to it, there must be an emotional cost and effor
How to Recognize Loneliness — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Feeling sad or even empty temporarily, like something is missing somehow, is no cause for alarm. We need to move away from avoiding or refusing to acknowledge negative feelings as if they themselves were deadly. The human experience is colorful and with all its ups and down affords us countless oppo
You’ll Never Guess My Loneliest Number — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
I thought myself quite capable of living alone and doing most everything in my life, I found myself in a painful place this past week in a time where different types of loneliness come together. It seemed as though loneliness with all its nasty cousins had ganged up on me. Like me, you may know ve
7 Different Types of Loneliness You Should Know — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
But as mentioned last week, chronic loneliness has been linked to higher mortality rates making the issue worth a closer look. When we say we’re lonely, we often mean that we are experiencing “constant and unrelenting feeling of being alone, separated or divided from others, and an inability to co
Mirror, Mirror…Who is the Loneliest of All? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Loneliness has been identified as the cause of severe illnesses and potentially life-threatening conditions, chief among them cardiovascular diseases and depression resulting in suicide. What’s more, studies conducted by universities and organizations in the US and Europe, have shown that the recov
Share please 😬 Many of the people I’ve recently talked to struggle with loneliness as a result of loss. CT&L Books has several books that deal with both, the complicated emotions surrounding the loss of a loved one and finding happiness. Go ahead check ‘em out and get your Memorial Day read 😉 at www.clarissafitzgerald.com/ctl-books Don’t forget to share your feedback and link up with me #justcheckonme #usvsloneliness #cancer #mentalhealth #motherlessdaughters #loneliness
How to Deal with Loneliness — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Feeling lonely? Let’s deal with it! Bring your best “Yes, we can”-attitude and get ready to go to war against loneliness together.
NO Mother's Day for some of us... but you are not alone as you experience the pain of loosing the biggest natural source of love and support on earth, known to men...People like me and perhaps people like you. Open those ears up wide: YOU ARE NOT ALONE! You are your mother's dream. I have something special lined up for those of us looking to feel supported in their grief over a complicated or lost connection with their mother. #loneliness #mothersday nomothersday #motherwithorwithoutyou
Back to normal? Yesterday wasn't perfect, let's be better! — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
There are no isolated decisions in a world struggling with COVID-19. We can't just jet into the sunset to escape the global pandemic, We have to find the determination to prep for a better tomorrow, patiently and remember that our freedom must not come at the expense of another's life.
14-day-trial — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Your 14-day-trial gives you exclusive access to all of our standard services and weekly check-ins (as scheduled for the entire community) for a limited time only. No matter what your lifestyle looks like, now is your chance to experience what it is like to have someone who will check-in on you. Maybe you have friends and family that are unreliable, maybe you are all alone. Don’t allow thoughts of loneliness to get you down! Sign up and explore your options. Note: Access to premium…
COVID-19: What Does Our Future Hold? — JUST CHECK ON ME℠ .Us vs Loneliness
Dealing with Coronavirus and coming to terms with our new world order we all question our future. Despite all these sudden restrictions in our external worlds, we have a lot to decide internally, for example, how we choose to look at this crisis and how we want to emerge from this.