Dealing with loneliness.

sprinkle of thoughts

“Loneliness is the poverty of self.”

Loneliness…I feel like it’s a touchy subject because people don’t really wanna admit they are because it’ll necessitate deep conversations and we’ll rather brush it off and end up doing things we would have never done under different circumstances. Others go as far as mistaking ‘loneliness’ with ‘being alone’ so let’s differentiate them right away.

Loneliness: sadness because one has no friends or company.

Beingalone: having no one else present; on one’s own.

So back to serious matters. Do you feel sad? Like no one is there for you? Like no one understands you? Do you isolate yourself? Somehow feel empty? Do you find yourself going back into toxic behavior or friendships/relationships then hating yourself later on? Then you are lonely. Sometimes you might even have people around you but there’s always a void, a need, some distance between you guys so what…

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2 thoughts on “Dealing with loneliness.

  1. Love this!!! I’ve struggled with this and have been asking myself these deep questions this entire year. I do think I set myself back by accepting a friendship that made me lonely thinking I was lonely but I really wasn’t. I think my main problem was lacking actual depth in the relationships I had created. Not sure if that makes sense but I really liked this.


    1. I understand what you mean. Lacking actual depth in our relationships. We need to know those who are just friends, close ones, best friends etc so we don’t drown when someone doesn’t get right by us. I’m glad I could help and I’m so happy you’re already asking the questions…keep digging deep and looking for answers and free yourself from it. Have a blessed week😊

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