You don't need to be "in love" to escape loneliness.
Here are a few ideas to boost your spirits through the holidays.
It is important to learn how to be self-ish, in the healthy, self-care kind of way.
We all seem to get the “grass is always greener” feeling during the holidays, feeling like we can’t give enough, have enough, or do enough.
Being single during the “happiest time of year” can lead to a lot of happiness when you get caught up in a feeling of lack or loneliness.
This pressure doesn't only come from family or friends.
The world treats being single like it's a time to either be happy and content or sad and lonely. We've all read those articles titled, "Why Being Single is the Best!
Sometimes being single is great, sometimes it sucks. Both should be acknowledged, but neither should take control.
The holidays can be a time of loneliness and stress for many of us.
" Or vice versa, "How to Stay Happy and Not Lonely When You're Single." These types of articles can be helpful, but they also promote single-mindedness (pun intended) about being single.