Spotting the signs of loneliness in friends and relatives is really important. It could mean you can give them the support they need.
Loneliness can happen to anyone, especially in the current climate. Because of this, we must be all aware of the signs someone may show if they are feeling lonely. If we are aware of the signs, we can begin to help them deal with it.
Surrounding someone with people won’t always make them feel less lonely. Helping someone who is suffering from loneliness is about making meaningful connections with them. Here are some of the things you can do to try and help…
To help raise money for the Marmalade Trust, a charity dedicated to raising awareness of loneliness and helping people make new friendships, we are delivering two online Mental Health Awareness courses. All we are asking for is a £30 contribution which will be fully passed on to the charity. Doing this course means you will gain knowledge that will help you support those who are affected. Find out more here.
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