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I was lying in bed in a sea of snotty tissues.

I’d just been dumped by my first real love. And it hurt so bad.

ALL of my identity had been tied up in “us” and now that there was only “me” I just felt so lonely.

It didn’t matter whether I was actually by myself or with friends. I still felt like I was alone.

We can do all kinds of things that aren’t good for us when we’re stuck in that empty feeling of loneliness and feel like we’d do pretty much anything to escape it.

Have you been there?

And it’s not just after break-ups either. In an increasingly polarized world where it seems like we can’t be friends AND have different opinions anymore, it’s surprisingly easy to be alone, and sometimes like we don’t really fit in anywhere.

There are all sorts of reasons why we experience loneliness but where does loneliness really come from?

In this episode, we discuss the root cause of the loneliness distortion pattern and how to make it stop.

The Group Frequency Calibration® (GFC) associated with this episode will help you to start to release the heaviness of that sense of loneliness.

Without clearing these distortions, we can feel disconnected and unlovable, when that’s the furthest from the truth!

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Loneliness can be such a visceral, empty, and heavy feeling. It can often tip into despair because we feel like we’ll just never be loved—that we’ll always be alone, separate. Sometimes we can feel like we just don’t belong anywhere.

In this episode, we’re going to discuss the little-known root of loneliness, 3 simple tips to help you when you’re feeling lonely, and the one surefire method of taking all of the wind out of the sails of loneliness.