Finding Peace & Calm From Within, Tackling Loneliness In Troubled Times

Companionship

Loneliness effects so many people especially during difficult times.

One of the feelings millions of us are experiencing during the current coronavirus pandemic is loneliness. To stay safe and save lives we have needed to change our ways of seeing family, friends and the familiar faces we are used to.

My Companionship service combines all my skills as a counsellor, with empathy, compassion and the enjoyment of other people’s company … and a good natter!

‘The most terrible poverty is loneliness
and the feeling of being unloved’.

 – Mother Teresa –

Companionship service will ease loneliness

To further discuss Companionship please head to my Contact Page to get in touch.

Companionship for the lonely

We all need a friend; we all need someone to talk to

If you feel alone or you know of someone who needs support

I am here to help you!

Loneliness effects so many people especially during difficult times.

One of the feelings millions of us are experiencing during the current coronavirus pandemic is loneliness. To stay safe and save lives we have needed to change our ways of seeing family, friends and the familiar faces we are used to.

  • Life has changed tremendously, and we are learning more everyday through the media and television that more and more of us are struggling and feel alone.
  • Family members feel guilty as they can’t spend the time with their loved one as before and worry for their health and state of mind.
  • Loneliness can cause anxiety and depression which in turn can be the start of the road of continued illness.

What Does Companionship Bring?

  • A companion spends time with you in your own home and surroundings and can offer support and be an ear to listen.
  • Talking is the best therapy and we all have stories we want to share.
  • A companion is classed as a friend or acquaintance who will visit you at home and spend time with you on a one to one basis.
  • You may wish to share stories of your childhood or earlier life, the war years, your family, or even the news or current affairs.
  • A companion might sit with you and look through photograph albums or do a jigsaw. They can read with you or watch a television programme or simply sit quietly.
  • In warmer weather you may wish to spend time in the garden with a companion, showing off the spring plants that are growing after winter.
  • Loneliness can cause us to be nervous to move away from our own surroundings. You may wish to have a little walk and gain confidence whilst you have a companion by your side.

See also my Housekeeping Service for enhanced support in the home.

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