Lonely, DBSA Mood Crew

Sometimes it feels like nobody understands me. But, what I have learned is that I don’t always feel this way. Writing a letter to a friend, family member, or even to myself can make me feel better. So, I have created activities that will help you write a letter of your own! Join me so we can feel better, together.

Children everywhere are experiencing loneliness in a way that we never could have imagined. If COVID-19 has left your young one feeling less connected to others, we recommend trying Lonely’s new resource, Letters with Lonely.

Lonely has created three different types of letters and each has a different purpose.

Be Grateful

Gratitude has been widely used to promote positive psychology; by reflecting on what we are grateful for, we have an easier time reframing negative emotions.

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Let’s go somewhere

This postcard asks young ones to use their imaginations and envision a place they’d like to travel with Lonely. With so many children restricted because of COVID-19, this letter can help kids to envision dreams for the future.

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I love myself

Lonely has created a love letter meant to be written to oneself. By writing a love letter to ourselves, we encourage ourselves to reflect on all the positive elements that make us who we are!

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