How to Use Meditation to Cope With Loneliness and Negative Self-Talk

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When COVID-19 hit and isolation became the norm for majority of the world, many found it difficult to cope with loneliness. Grappling with a global pandemic understandably heightens feelings of fear and anxiety. To better manage negative thoughts and self-talk, we tapped one of the world’s greatest solo adventurers, Colin O’Brady. He’s a professional endurance athlete and explorer who holds the speed record for the Explorer’s Grand Slam, reaching the North Pole, South Pole, and highest peak on each continent, in 139 days. In 2018, he completed a 932-mile solo and unsupported journey across Antarctica in 54 days. Here’s how O’Brady has learned to overcome the most extreme psychological stressors. — as told to Wesley Grover

Being alone for 54 days, in probably the most isolated part of the entire world, poses a lot of challenges, to…

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