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    How Do You Cope With Loneliness At This Time?

    Because of this covid situation, most of us decided to stay home to be safe. Our usual ways of seeing family, friends or just familiar faces have been put on pause. I know most of us are experiencing the feeling of loneliness, how do you deal with it?

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    Just following up.

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    I find ways to connect with family and friends, even if it's just online

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    I know people who were greatly affected by this pandemic, emotionally and financially
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    Quote Originally Posted by umpirestrae View Post
    I find ways to connect with family and friends, even if it's just online
    glad that you are coping up and have ways to connect with family and friends. Some people are having a hard time and somehow affects their mental health.

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    2020 is really the hardest year for all of us

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    Yes it is definitely the worst year ever. Happy New Year by the way.

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    Happy New Year too and may this year be better than the old one

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    I hate loneliness, but we live in the 21st century, in the age of the Internet, so I found a lot of great people for communication and love on the dating site LoveDate.me after reading the review https://reviewtopdating.com/lovedate/ and I'm sure I won't get caught to scammers and find myself a partner for communication and not only.

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    I don't know how other people feel, but I do truly enjoy my loneliness. I take it as a time of self-care and self-development.
    Of course, there are a lot of negative and sad things about not being able to see a lot of the people I love. But maybe that will end soon and we can see each other again, and I know that the time I spent alone at home was well spent in taking care of myself.


 
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