• Loneliness

  • 30 Ways to Cope with Loneliness
  • By: Rita Chester
  • Narrated by: Valerie Gilbert
  • Length: 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-06-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rita Chester
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.2 (14 ratings)

Regular price: $3.95

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Publisher's Summary

Do you ever feel lonely? Everybody does at some point. It's completely normal, but it becomes a problem when we dwell on it, when it becomes an agonizing psychological pain. Dealing with loneliness can be tough, so in order to help you, I have put this list of tips together. These ideas can assist you when you are trying to get through a lonely time in your life and eventually overcome it or diminish it significantly. I have applied a lot of these ideas in my own time, so I am hoping they will help you, too.
©2015 Rita Chester (P)2015 Rita Chester
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 05-16-18

No matter what you think you are never alone

Chester pens a perfectly helpful piece that should help anyone who is disconnected or feels unplugged from others. I am a funeral Director, and I read books like this to help me help others cope with loss. One of the most overwhelming thing that I hear from the family survivors is that they are lonely, and cannot seem to get over it. Even having people who care about them nearby doesn't seem to help. I think that Rita Chester has written an excellent piece that should help whomever reads it learn to move back into the world an reconnect. I will certainly share her ideas with my families when I see they need a hand to get through their period of lonliness.

I must say that I like the cover, with one simple picture it depicts the solitary individual, whereas the color in the background, along with the birds indicates that there is hope. Excellent choice.

Gilbert's narration is soothing and helps one connect to the message that she is providing. You can feel her empathy, and her trust in the material comes through clearly. I wish more narrators had this kind of style. She was an excellent choice to read this book.

If you are lonely, get this book, and see that there is no reason to feel that way anymore.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Hannah on 03-17-17

5 out of 5 great grab!!

The good news is that you don't have to just sit there and put up with those negative feelings. Instead, you can apply the step-by-step approach found in this book to deal with this problem right away. There are piles of tricks found in this book that open up a whole new world for most people. Even if only a few tricks work, it will be worth the little money this book costs.
WORTH RECOMMENDING!!!

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3 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 09-23-17

I don't think the narrator could sound less like they cared if they tried

If you are lonely this book will not help you as there is no compassion at all

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