How to Overcome Loneliness

Do you...

  • Ever feel lonely or know friends or family who feel isolated?
  • Sometimes or often experience feeling isolated, unloved and unsupported?
  • Often feel no-one cares about you, or thinks about you?
  • Experience sadness because you don't have family or friends in your life?
  • Find it difficult to pick up the phone to ask for support or ask to spend fun time with friends or family?
  • Feel a deep, deep sadness and aloneness inside your heart which just never seems to go away?

You are not 'alone'. Loneliness is a huge issue for many people... and it sucks. It's one of the worst feelings ever. And I know from personal experience...

I experienced many years of feeling alone, unsupported and unloved. I discovered this started in childhood, and then continued into adulthood. The good news is I have learned how to recognize loneliness and what to do about it. And you can too.

According to research, loneliness and isolation...

  • Increase the likelihood of mortality by 26%
  • Are associated with an increased risk of developing coronary heart disease and stroke (Valtorta et al, 2016)
  • Are harmful to health: lacking social connections carries the same risk factor for early death as smoking 15 cigarettes a day
  • Two fifths all older people (about 3.9 million) say the television is their main company (Age UK, 2014)
  • 59% of adults aged over 52 who report poor health say they feel lonely some of the time or often, compared to 21% who say they are in excellent health (Beaumont, 2013)
  • 17% of older people are in contact with family, friends and neighbours less than once a week and 11% are in contact less than once a month (Victor et al, 2003)

Signs of loneliness also include depression, fatigue, listlessness, disinterest in fun or hobbies and more.


Apart from the obvious mental and emotional benefits of reducing feelings of loneliness, there are many physical reasons for reducing loneliness too. Feeling connected boosts our immune system, improves health and literally makes us 'feel alive' and in a life 'worth living'.


In this online training you will learn:

  • How to recognize, manage and overcome loneliness
  • Why what happens to you in childhood later plays out as loneliness and isolation
  • How to clear loneliness from the inside out
  • How to understand the secret deeper meaning of loneliness, which has nothing to do with if we have people in our life or not!
  • How to re-create a feeling of connection with the world even if you are physically alone in your life
  • Tools and strategies to use right now for the rest of your life to overcome loneliness and instead feel connected, happy and at peace

I do hope you will join me!

What people say about this program

"Thank you so much for all the helpful content. I am sleeping better now and managing to enjoy my days more because I feel I can choose what to do to make me feel better. I can understand that the loneliness and disconnection is to do with losing a sense of who I am, but I am even getting pleasure out of little things I like doing, that I would have talked myself out of doing, by rationizing that I should be doing something else first. When I think I have to ring someone, it's usually because I need something for myself". SB, New Zealand

About Kim

Kim is an award-winning health and empowerment coach for women. Her speciality areas are emotional mastery, healing life trauma, stress eradication, stopping bullies and chronic illness recovery without medication or supplements.

She is known as the ‘Kiwi Health Detective’ for her ability to isolate the root cause of complex and seemingly inexplicable symptoms in just 90 minutes. In particular she specializes in identifying and clearing the ‘meta’ (‘beyond’) physical causation of severe physical symptoms, especially CFS (chronic fatigue), ME, adrenal fatigue, fibromyalgia, IBS and associated pain and fatigue conditions. She is the creator of ‘The Knight Method of Transformation’, a set of self-help strategies for clearing physical pain, fatigue, stress and emotions with ease.

Kim has appeared on national television and her work has featured in many health magazines. She is a frequent guest on international summits, podcast and radio shows. She was a finalist for New Zealand Woman of the Year for ‘contribution and innovation in health and science’ and won ‘best paper’ at the New Zealand Health Informatics Awards in 2016 for her work in telehealth.

Kim works worldwide in Asia, Europe, America, The Pacific and Australasia through private coaching and online self-help programs.

Kim is passionate about giving people the skills and strategies to transform their lives from the inside out – this is what self mastery and freedom are all about!


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