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7 Things to Try When You are Feeling Lonely

Spend time with your pet

Do you have a pet at home? Spend time with your dog or cat. They need your time and shower unconditional love in return. Go for a walk with your pet and play with them.

Connect with your friends

Think of someone who always supports you in bad time. Call or send him an e-mail. You may resist doing this at first because it can be hard to reach out to others when you’re feeling lonely and sad.

Experiment with yourself

You can experiment with things you like such as read your favorite book, watch your favorite programs on TV, or simply sit in your garden or roof-top. You can also experiment with some new dish in the kitchen and see how it turns up.

Listen to music

t works with everyone and every time you feel sad or lonely. Listen to your favorite singers and try to sing with them. It’s almost impossible to feel lonely when you’re singing. Play your favorite number, sit on a chair and close your eyes.

Help someone in need

It could be anyone, be an elderly neighbor near your house or someone on a social media site who needs a supportive comment. Helping others eases loneliness because it takes us out of being so self-focused.

Remind yourself that things change every day

Everyday is a new day. No one is sad or happy forever on this Earth. Things change with each passing day. Life isn’t always fun and it true for everyone. Be patient you will get your share of happiness too.

Do something creative

You don’t need to be painter to paint a picture or a photographer to click a picture. Just do what you feel like doing without thinking much about the outcome. Try coloring a sheet of paper, solve a puzzle or make a collage or experiment with needlework of some kind.


Top 10 Beauty Foods

  1. Wild salmon: A primo source for omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce skin inflammation, preventing redness, wrinkles, and loss of firmness. It's also potent in antioxidants and vitamins B and D.
  2. >Low-fat yogurt: in one word, calcium. Good for strong bones, nails, and teeth. One cup of plain, low-fat yogurt has more calcium than a glass of skim milk.
  3. Oysters: The best source of zinc, period. Zinc helps build collagen, which support the structure of skin and speeds up repair and renewal.
  4. Blueberries: Full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatories that prevent long-term cell damage.
  5. Kiwifruit: Another good source of antioxidants, kiwis are also a great source of vitamin C and potassium, all which help prevent wrinkles.
  6. Sweet potatoes: Chock full of beta-carotene, something the body converts to vitamin A, which keeps skin smooth and is thought to prevent against sun damage.
  7. Spinach: This nutrient-dense leafy green is a great source of beta-carotene and lutein, which protects the eyes.
  8. Tomatoes: Perhaps the only vegetable best eaten processed. Tomatoes are a major source of lycopene, a potent antioxidant also thought to protect against sunburn.
  9. Walnuts: A key source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. The omega-3s found in walnuts also hep fight against skin ailments like psoriasis and eczema.
  10. Dark chocolate: Full of antioxidants and nutrients, cocoa (choose chocolate with at least 60 percent cocoa) increases blood flow to the skin, which in turn boosts hydration, smoothness, and protection against sun exposure.