I recently posted a Q&A Video I did for YourTango.com on my YouTube Channel that deals with the issue of loneliness. In this video, a woman wrote in asking how to deal with feeling alone. In her case, she had gone through a breakup and was happily settled into singlehood but still had moments of loneliness. As I watched the video last week, it reminded me that feeling lonely is not exclusive to “single” people. People in relationships feel lonely as well. So I thought I’d highlight the critical points I made in the video for this week's blog post and Relationship Tip. And as a bonus, I’m embedding the YouTube Video as well for your viewing. Enjoy the Video. Here are the highlights of my video response. Having moments of feeling alone is part of the human condition. Everyone feels alone every now and then, whether you are in a romantic intimate relationship or not. No one can ever fill that emptiness that we all have inside. It’s as much a part of us as our kidneys and lungs. Rather than repel from our loneliness, here are some things you can do to help move through those lonely times with more ease.