The 5 Best Books To Read When You’re Feeling Lonely

The 5 Best Books To Read When You’re Feeling Lonely

Introduction: When You’re Feeling Lonely, What is the Best Thing to Do?

It’s okay to feel lonely sometimes. If you’re feeling lonely, the best thing you can do is to be good company for yourself and a book. There are many ways of doing this, like watching your favorite show, reading an interesting book, or taking a bath. It can be really helpful to spend time on activities that make you feel good and calm down.

Sometimes, we feel lonely. We may be feeling the pain of rejection or isolation. We may feel excluded or misunderstood. There are so many reasons why we might feel alone, but the worst thing we can do is to make it worse by isolating ourselves from others and our self-compassion. When you’re feeling lonely, the best thing you can do is to be good company for yourself

For the happiest life, days should be rigorously planned, nights left open to chance

Books for your soul

Books help us to take a break from our daily lives and go into an imaginary world where everything is perfect and we don’t have to worry about anything. They can be a refuge for people who are feeling lonely.

This list of books is specially created for those who are feeling lonely or isolated, or who find it difficult to express their emotions. Here are the five best books that will make you feel better.

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1.  Lonely on the Road by Lynne Cox

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After the death of her family, Lynne Cox sets out to complete the 2,200-mile Trans-America Foot Race. Her journey is wrought with loneliness, but she presses on, determined to finish the race and find some semblance of happiness.

Lynne Cox is recognized as one of America’s most courageous adventurers, who was the first woman to ever swim across the Bering Strait and she did so without any previous formal training. She has crossed it again 30 years later and has also swum both the North and South Pole. She has been on many other expeditions as well, including one to teach women in Afghanistan how to swim.

2.  Your Inner Animal by Dr. Marty Becker

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In this second edition of the beloved book that has been featured on Animal Planet and The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Marty Becker shares his discovery and conviction that we all have an animal within us and offers advice and exercises to help you explore and understand your inner animal.

Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA; Publication date: September 5, 2013

Dr. Marty Becker is an internationally recognized veterinarian and animal expert, who has dedicated his life to protecting both pets and wildlife.

He is the author of six consecutive New York Times bestsellers, including Your Inner Animal, Your Birds & Bees Talk, A Dog’s Purpose (coauthor), The Soul of All Living Creatures (coauthor), Healing Powers of Pets (coauthor), and Dr. Marty’s Guide to Bathing Your Cat.

He has also appeared on many national television shows including Oprah!, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, Extra!, The Doctors, Hannity & Colmes, Anderson Cooper 360°)

3.  The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown

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The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

Self-doubt, shame, and fear of judgment are at the root of so much that holds us back. Brené Brown has spent the past two decades studying the power of vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and empathy in our lives.

Brené Brown has spent the past two decades studying the power of vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and empathy in our lives. She discovered that people who bring their whole selves to work- imperfections and all – perform better, innovate more readily and find deeper meaning in their jobs.

She discovered that people who bring their whole selves to work- imperfections and all – perform better, innovate more readily and find deeper meaning in their jobs. The Gifts of Imperfection explores how we can cultivate these qualities together at school or home or work by

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4.  The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin, the author of the Happiness Project, talks about the importance of being happy. She suggests that people should have faith in themselves and believe in other people.

Another idea that Rubin talks about is to have a “happiness project.” This entails writing down your goals on a sheet of paper and then working on them one by one.

Rubin’s happiness project is based on the idea that “you can’t make yourself miserable by trying to be too happy.” This project is about figuring out what makes you happy and then working on it.

5.  The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

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The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now is a book, an audio course, a video course, and a live event. It is one of the most important books on the market today. Eckhart Tolle has been teaching about his life work for more than twenty years-reaching out to people worldwide. In this book, he writes about how to find inner peace and awaken to your life’s purpose or “true self”.

In this book, Eckhart Tolle points out that there are two ways in which we can have a relationship with our thoughts: either by being involved in them or by observing them from a distance.

This book provides methods for achieving the ultimate state of “now” – a space where we are not disturbed by thoughts from the past or worries about the future. This state of giving us

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