Loneliness can range from missing your friends and family, to feeling like you’re completely alone. It’s completely normal to feel like this, particularly if you’re spending a lot of time at home.
Lockdown easing brings the opportunity to see friends and family. This is exciting, but most people will feel worried as well. During lockdown, loneliness and social isolation have been concerns for many people. But reconnecting with friends as lockdown eases can also be a challenge.
- Talk about your worries with someone you trust or a helpline
- Don't feel you have to do everything at once
- Take time out if you need it
The video below explores loneliness in young people.