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Overeating and Loneliness

Lonely. Bored. Sad.

Late at night, feeling alone, millions of people sit with these feelings. Unsure how to feel better, unsure how to feel full. And food seems to offer a comforting answer. A trip to the fridge, something tells us, will make us feel whole again.

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Snowflake Window Quilt

(Great to make with kids, particularly if on isolation in a hospital room.)  No two snowflakes are the same. No two humans are the same. Snowflakes come together to connect and create a moment (or several) of stillness. So, too, can humans.  Materials needed: Paper...

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Card Connections

Loneliness can happen when you don't think you belong to a particular group, even your own family with whom you might be spending the holidays. One thing you can do to combat the feeling of disconnection is to acknowledge an attribute, virtue or strength that you...

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UnLonely for the Holidays

Decorations lift spirits in many ways, as does nature. This exercise explores marrying both spirit boosters to create a gift that keeps on giving.  Materials needed: Pinecones Spray paint (as many colors as you'd like to use) Garbage bag Gift tags (or small pieces of...

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On the Radio! Listen Now:

Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, Founder and President of The Foundation for Art & Healing, joins host Janeane Bernstein on KUCI 88.9fm

Film Festival

Explore how we're inviting filmmakers and sponsors to engage with the UnLoneliness Project!

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