Please note:This audiobook has been generated using AI Voice. This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 I have been divorced for years, and I still feel lonely. I have learned the difference between being alone and being lonely. In a crowd, at work, and even in a family setting, I always feel lonely.
#2 Katie Bishop, after working in software for six months, was fifteen pounds heavier and miserable. She was not just dealing with the heartache that fuels pop songs and Miss Lonelyhearts columns, but a serious problem that began with a genetic predisposition and a high sensitivity to feeling the absence of connection.
#3 Loneliness is a feeling of isolation, and it is extremely common. It is not just a matter of being alone, but the subjective experience of being alone. It can be brief and superficial, or it can be severe and chronic.
#4 To better understand your loneliness, answer these questions: How often do you feel there is no one you can turn to. How often do you feel alone. How often do you feel part of a group of friends. How often do you feel that you have a lot in common with others.