Lonely This Christmas?

Christmas is a time of joy, laughter, indulgent delicacies, conversations, long lunches, carols, worship, delight and dreams.

Amidst the green, white and the splashes of red there are many of us who find this season, a time of intense sadness. Lonely, disconnected, feeling left out. When crowds sing ’tis the season to be jolly’ you question really?

I remember one Christmas Eve, not that long ago, I sat alone watching the Carols in the domain. It was my twelfth year single at Christmas, tears running down my face I questioned?

Who can I share this special time with?

If that is you this Christmas, I want to reassure you, that you are not alone. There are people who deeply care. Know as you listen right now, we are thinking of you.

One way I enabled myself to change those intense feelings of loneliness at this time of year, was intentionally reaching out and serving in places where other people gathered. Whether your local shelter serving food, your local church helping those in need, your neighbors or friends.

Reach out and kindly share of yourself this Christmas, you never know those feelings of loneliness may be replaced with a little more joy than last year. Notice those who are alone this Christmas. All of us need a little love and
genuine acceptance.

Get in touch with someone if you are alone this Christmas.

All my Love

No regrets!


About Amanda

Amanda Viviers is an Author, Speaker, Creative Ninja, Novice wife and Mum. The author of four books and she can be found most days at her shack close to the beach writing her fifth. She is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia and is the co-founder of Kinwomen; a network that advocates for women globally. From a corporate leadership setting, she unexpectedly found herself at 36 married and a new Mum. From this season of change, her innovative communication style is full of stories about flexibility, strength, self-care and re-establishing your identity in the changing seasons of life. She lives a creative life, helping women find their voice and her greatest joy is to help people live inspired.