Podcast: The Struggles of Loneliness and Building Real Relationships

On today’s podcast, we’re talking about the epidemic of loneliness that has plagued many of our lives in a dynamic of ways from being in a social media generation to feeling trapped in depression and how to restore our social health. Whether you’ve found yourself in the grips of feeling alone and empty because of a major life transition, a conflicting mental diagnosis or simply a lack of real friendships, this episode is for you.

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Hi friend, Im Brittney and Im so glad youre here! Im a Los Angeles-based author, content creator, podcast host, wife to Jason and mama to Austin. And Ive been blogging here for the past 10 years! As a graduate of psychology and research at UCLA, I help to reduce stigma and assist with helpful information at the intersection of mental health and faith, with some fun lifestyle tips along the way. So lets dive in!

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  1. Carol Kimani wrote:

    Thank you for sharing this Brittney. I appreciate your transparency. I appreciate how you view man from a holistic point of view because it is absolutely necessary.
    I occasionally suffer with loneliness due to singleness. Sometimes I choose to battle alone and sometimes I involve some few who know me well to keep me accountable. I know when I battle it alone, I feel defeated and all I end up doing is cry. But when I have someone to talk to and pray for me! It makes a world of a difference. This podcast came at the right time to refresh my mind.

    Be blessed and I am glad that you are tackling this area of mental health. It is much needed.
    Carol Kimani

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