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God designed us to be in meaningful and satisfying relationships with friends, with family, and possibly with a husband or wife. However, sometimes circumstances cause us to feel lonely, separated, and isolated, thinking no one really understands us. This mini-book Loneliness: How To Be Alone But Not Lonely gives Christian advice on how to find comfort in knowing God understands our deepest times of loneliness. It highlights that even when you feel lonely, you are not alone. You are never alone because God is with you. And you will find practical and biblical advice on how to find joy in times of solitude.
The loss of a relationship--whether by death, divorce, or rejection of any kind--can leave us feeling devastated.
Loneliness: How to Be Alone but Not Lonely will help you discover...
June Hunt, a Christian counselor who has embraced singleness, knows exactly what you are feeling. "Find out how I handle loneliness so that it becomes the doorway leading to a deep relationship with God. I will show you how to turn loneliness into healthy solitude that will bring you closer to God."
Author and Christian radio host June Hunt has counseled thousands of people over the past 20 years. She helps you understand your loneliness so you know what approach to take, so you can break free of loneliness.
Bonus: June's easy-to-read mini-book has a Loneliness Checklist that helps you--