Coping As Member Of “The Lonely Hearts Club” On Valentine’s Day

CHARLOTTE, N.C.– Life Coach, Carenda Deonne-Beamon is offering suggestions to people who may be feeling extra lonely on Valentine’s Day. She suggests that women use the day as an excuse to get together with the girls and celebrate Galentine’s Day. For the men who find themselves spending the day solo, they should try giving back to the community, focusing on family and friends and indulge in some retail therapy.