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Cure for loneliness

Posted by Glenn Yoder  July 7, 2009 02:25 PM

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Feeling lonely? Enjoy some camaraderie in a live chat about love and relationships with resident blogger Meredith Goldstein beginning at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8. Join the discussion below.

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  1. Lonely? Get up, Get Out, Get involved. Stay away from online ads, blind dates, fix ups, and toss outs. Find a hobby, learn a new sport, acquire a new job. Write, read, travel, contribute and serve. Helping others gets you out of yourself and into the world, to be a part of something bigger than yourself.

    Posted by Mark Harris July 7, 09 02:43 PM
  1. Hello Meredith, its been a while since i post any comment, anyway i have this problem after almost 4 years my ex ask or may i say broke with me still can't erase her out of my mind, i think the problem is i still love her and still in contact with part of her family, any ideia how to stop my sufering?

    Posted by Anonymous July 8, 09 02:24 PM
 
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