Feeling of being alone
Here you will get a profound
self-help course to dissolve the
causes of the feeling of being alone.
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Lonely is the one who is unhappy alone.
According to a survey conducted by the Hamburg market research institute, Splendid Research, in spring 2017, almost 10 million people in Germany feel lonely. According to the Red Cross, 9 million out of a total of 66 million Britons also feel loneliness. And this isn’t limited to older adults – more and more younger people are also affected. Loneliness can be an extremely stressful feeling. It can be as painful for many as a physical illness. Those who are lonely often feel empty, desperate, excluded, unloved and abandoned. When the feeling is permanent and becomes a burden, it also becomes dangerous.
In addition to psychological stress, loneliness has been proven to have a negative effect on physical areas such as sleep quality, blood pressure, risk of heart attack and other health factors.
In a four-year study involving 800 people, American researchers discovered that the risk of dementia is twice as high in lonely people. Recent studies show that loneliness is also a risk factor for obesity and smoking. In fact, a meta-analysis by researchers at Brigham Young University showed that loneliness is about as harmful as smoking or obesity in terms of all-cause mortality.
According to a study by the University of Chicago, one reason that loneliness is so harmful to health is that lonely people sleep poorly. They wake up more often at night and don’t get the restorative benefits of restful sleep. Another study showed that people who felt lonely when going to bed had elevated cortisol levels the next morning. This may also be one reason why loneliness raises blood pressure and increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Loneliness is considered to be the social equivalent of physical pain, hunger and thirst.
Britain wants to tackle the problem – and has created its own ministerial chair for it.
The necessity for social relationships and closeness is a basic human need, just like sleeping, drinking and eating. It is therefore not surprising that social rejection affects the same brain areas as pain. The feeling of loneliness also triggers actions in the affected person aimed at avoiding the unpleasant condition.
In an award-winning essay “An epidemic of loneliness”, British physician Ishani Kar-Purkayastha described such a case in the medical journal “The Lancet” (doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(10)62190-3). She tells the story of an old lady who, shortly before Christmas, does everything in her power not to be discharged from the clinic despite her excellent health, because she fears loneliness at home. Loneliness is currently associated, by many researchers, not only with an increased risk of suicide, but also with personality disorders, psychoses and diminishing cognition.
According to a meta-analysis in the journal “Personality and Social Psychology Review” about the most effective methods in the fight against loneliness, it turned out that the best method was not to improve the social abilities of those affected or to bring lonely people together through targeted measures; the most effective solution was working with psychologists.
The fact that loneliness is caused by mental factors is unsurprising. There are people who have a lot of contact with other people, but still suffer from feelings of loneliness. On the other hand, there are people who have little contact with others (social isolation) and do not suffer from loneliness.
It has nothing to do with the actual contact with other people, but instead has internal, psychological causes. It is a feeling that arises from how you perceive yourself and your environment. This finding is not necessarily new, but it was scientifically proven for the first time by two researchers from the University of Chicago in a comprehensive study.
Our course – overcoming the feeling of being alone
Welcome to the world’s first and only self-help course for the feeling of being alone, which not only resolves the typical, disturbing fears and cognitions, but also their deeper causes!
We want to offer you a solution that is effective and works permanently. In order to achieve this, the deep psychological and cognitive causes must be thoroughly and systematically dissolved. Thus, the possibility arises to dissolve phenomena like “feeling of being alone”.
Before beginning our course, we determine whether there are any psychological causes within you at all. If there are no causes, nothing will be addressed. The methods work ONLY if there is a cause.
What’s the course about?
Our course is not about working on, getting by or getting along with symptoms, but about resolving the true causes correctly and thoroughly. This is the only real, permanent and satisfactory solution. Otherwise, similar problems will recur in the future, only in other areas. This will continue to happen until you resolve the actual causes. If the causes are thoroughly resolved, the symptoms will also disappear.
Our systematic approach
Since not everyone is able to deal with inner-emotional dynamics or to recognise and break down the causes for different reasons (aside from the time it takes), we have already done the hard work for you and summarised this in our course. The course is broadly diversified and deals not only with the various typical fears and irrational convictions, but also with the related topics, such as self-responsibility. Only with our systematic approach is it possible to treat and dissolve such complex phenomena as feeling of being alone profoundly.
We also address the deeper-level causes.
Our methods have the following advantages:
– They are simple and applicable to everyone, even for the first time.
– They can be done alone from the comfort of your home.
– You can choose your own speed.
– You stay in the here and now. The methods do not require a journey into the past, analysis or reappraisal of your personal history.
– They are fast. We have several methods with different speeds.
– They are efficient. If you are a little more experienced, you can also apply the methods in everyday life.
IF YOU DON’T SOLVE THE CAUSES, YOU WORK ON THE SYMPTOMS.
Conclusion: Working through the feeling of being alone is a feat of strength that will pay off.
“The part played by the unconscious in all our acts is immense, and that played by reason very small.” Gustave Le Bon (1841 – 1931), French doctor and sociologist, founder of mass psychology
“He who flees his past always loses the race”
T. S. Eliot (1888-1965), essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic. Nobel Prize for Literature 1948
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You will receive 2 weeks
of support when you
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Buy the course “feeling of being alone” now for only 26,99 €!
The price consists of our Fear-Dissolve-app (19,99 €) and the course (7,00 €).
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What do I get?
You get the app for Android or iOS. In the course you find instruction how and in which ways you use the app to dissolve the causes of the
feeling of being alone.
Also you get 2 weeks support.
You relax and lie comfortably. Our coach will guide you through the various processes. This happens without going into your past/history. We only stay in the present, in the here and now.
Can I be sure this will work?
The methods work. They are based on unavoidable reactions. Whether we have exactly the elements in the course that cause the feeling of being alone in you, we cannot promise. But since these are usually the same (see Character Structures/Neurosis Structures), the probability that you have other causative elements in you is very small. You will also learn to find them yourself.
Why it’s all up to you
In the course you will get everything you need to be completely free of this topic. So it’s up to you or how much time you invest.
These methods are not for people suffering from psychoses, schizophrenia, neurotic disorders or similar.
„The great challenge of life is to overcome the limits within yourself
and go as far as you would never have dreamed.”
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), French painter, co-founder of syntheticism and pioneer of expressionism