Posted by: seattledizzygroup | August 31, 2017

Coping with the Isolation and Loneliness of Chronic Illness

Strategies to Overcome Feeling Alone with Chronic Illness

Chronic illness may cause or increase isolation and feelings of loneliness. Adjusting to a “new normal” includes finding ways to cope with feeling alone and maintain social connections while living with chronic illness.

These articles discuss the isolation of chronic illness and offer strategies to overcome feelings of loneliness:

The Isolating Loneliness of Chronic Pain & Invisible Illness

Isolation Risk of Chronic Illness

Handling Isolation that Comes from Chronic Illness

How to Cope with Loneliness

Curing the Loneliness of Illness

Things to Do When You’re Mostly Housebound

Ways to Maintain Healthy Relationships & Social Activity Despite the Challenges of Living with Chronic Illness



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