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Some quick affirmations you can repeat or listen to when you're feeling lonely.
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Affirmations For Loneliness With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 3
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Affirmations For Loneliness With Kerry
Affirmations For Loneliness With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 3 • 01:21

Finding peace and comfort inside ourselves may be really helpful when we're feeling lonely. Affirmations are a potent tool to combat loneliness and promote a sense of connection with oneself. Positive affirmations can help us shift our perspective and accept our inherent value.

When loneliness strikes, pause for a moment, breathe deeply, and tell yourself that you are valuable. These affirmations can help shift your perspective and remind you of the inherent value you hold: "I am worthy of love and belonging," "I am never truly alone; I have a loving and supportive relationship with myself," or "I am deserving of meaningful connections and friendships."

Affirmations can be used in your everyday routine, such as before bed or during your morning meditation. Allow these encouraging words to serve as a reassuring compass, leading you with kindness and confidence through times of solitude. Affirmations can help you develop a loving relationship with yourself that will serve as a constant source of solace and company. Keep this in mind when you feel lonely.


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- [Kerry Kalu] - It's okay to feel lonely. As humans, we crave connection and when that's absent at times, we can feel isolated and alone. Here are 10 affirmations to help you through the lonely moments in life. I'm whole and complete and know that I'm not hurt or broken. My loneliness does not define me and I'm open to receiving love and connection. I choose to focus on what's right with me and celebrate my unique qualities and strengths. I am alone but not lonely. I am embrace the peace that comes from solitude. My higher power is always with me and I'm grateful for the blessings in my life. The longest relationship I'll ever have is with myself. I'm comfortable in the silence and allow my thoughts to turn to God. I am needed and valued and appreciated by others. I'm patient with myself and know that God cares about my life. The loneliness will pass. Hopefully these helped you feel a little less lonely and you can move forward with confidence that brightens your day ahead.

Watching Now
Affirmations For Loneliness With Kerry
Affirmations For Loneliness With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 3 • 01:21

Finding peace and comfort inside ourselves may be really helpful when we're feeling lonely. Affirmations are a potent tool to combat loneliness and promote a sense of connection with oneself. Positive affirmations can help us shift our perspective and accept our inherent value.

When loneliness strikes, pause for a moment, breathe deeply, and tell yourself that you are valuable. These affirmations can help shift your perspective and remind you of the inherent value you hold: "I am worthy of love and belonging," "I am never truly alone; I have a loving and supportive relationship with myself," or "I am deserving of meaningful connections and friendships."

Affirmations can be used in your everyday routine, such as before bed or during your morning meditation. Allow these encouraging words to serve as a reassuring compass, leading you with kindness and confidence through times of solitude. Affirmations can help you develop a loving relationship with yourself that will serve as a constant source of solace and company. Keep this in mind when you feel lonely.


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- [Kerry Kalu] - It's okay to feel lonely. As humans, we crave connection and when that's absent at times, we can feel isolated and alone. Here are 10 affirmations to help you through the lonely moments in life. I'm whole and complete and know that I'm not hurt or broken. My loneliness does not define me and I'm open to receiving love and connection. I choose to focus on what's right with me and celebrate my unique qualities and strengths. I am alone but not lonely. I am embrace the peace that comes from solitude. My higher power is always with me and I'm grateful for the blessings in my life. The longest relationship I'll ever have is with myself. I'm comfortable in the silence and allow my thoughts to turn to God. I am needed and valued and appreciated by others. I'm patient with myself and know that God cares about my life. The loneliness will pass. Hopefully these helped you feel a little less lonely and you can move forward with confidence that brightens your day ahead.


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