Feeling lonely? Get support.
Develop skills to cope with loneliness, build confidence and connect.
Build confidence and connections: resources to support you
As the coronavirus continues, loneliness affects more people.
Life can feel overwhelming. Reaching out to others may feel like a challenge at times, and knowing where to look for advice is sometimes hard.
These resources can help.
- Create connections and build confidence
- Make and share more connections
- Dealing well with changing relationships
Build coping skills
- Coping with stress
- Using Circles of control
- Making the most of your resources
- Coping with anxiety
- Your wellbeing and resilience toolkit
Visit our digital classroom
The kind place podcast
Listen to people talking about how loneliness affects them, and hear their coping strategies, in the new podcast series: The kind place.
Wellbeing resource pack
Explore information and activities to boost your confidence and skills if you're feeling lonely or isolated with this wellbeing and connections resource pack (PDF 5.3MB).
You can also download individual Wellbeing cards in English, Amharic, Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish, Pashto and Tigrinya. These give ideas and activities on how to cope with common problems like confident decision making and problem solving.
What is loneliness?
Explore what loneliness is, how it can make us behave and who it can affect with this animated film.
How can you use its ideas to help others or yourself today?
Get in touch
We would love to hear your stories, and they may inspire others.
How do you build confidence and meaningful connections in your life? Have you overcome feelings of loneliness?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coronavirus Support Line
If you're feeling lonely and want to speak to someone between 10am and 6pm every day, you can call our coronavirus support line.
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