Navigating Loneliness

How to Connect with Yourself and Others

Cheryl Rickman, foreword by Terry Waite
AUD $19.99

In this practical mental health handbook, Cheryl Rickman will help you to navigate your way from loneliness to connection, appreciation and satisfaction - helping you to emerge on the other side equipped with ways to reconnect with other people and with yourself.

We are experiencing a loneliness epidemic, but we needn't remain lonely. Through actionable strategies, you will discover how to support and maintain existing relationships, foster new connections and learn how to shift your perspective about community and belonging.

Throughout, you will find step-by-step solutions to help grow self-acceptance, self-belief and self-compassion. You will learn how to:
- Understand the difference between solitude and loneliness
- Appreciate alone time and celebrate solitude
- Cope with isolation
- Connect with others
- Connect with yourself

This book is a unique compass, guiding you gently through uncertain times.

Author bio:

Cheryl Rickman is a Sunday Times best-selling author, ghostwriter of 19 self-help, wellbeing and business books and a qualified Positive Psychology Practitioner. She specialises in writing empowering, practical books to help people fret less and flourish more and is a Wellbeing Ambassador for the Network of Wellbeing. Her most recent books include: The Happiness Bible, The Little Book of Resilience, The Little Book of Serenity and Be More Wonder Woman. Having qualified with a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology in 2016, Cheryl runs wellbeing retreats and delivers workshops on acceptance, balance and compassion.

Category: Self-help & practical
ISBN: 9781789560206
Publisher: Welbeck
Imprint: Welbeck Balance
Pub Date: September 2021
Page Extent: 176
Format: Paperback
Subject: Assertiveness, motivation & self-esteem