Loneliness is something a human being will experience at least once in their lifetime. But it doesn’t feel any good to be lonely especially in a room full of people. In extremes, loneliness can lead to mental illness or chronic sadness but we don’t want that to happen to you.
There are a few ways to deal with loneliness. First of all, love your own company. You are in your body for as long as you live so be comfortable with being alone. Love and appreciate yourself because you are worth it.
Once you have become comfortable with being alone, don’t let loneliness keep you from trying to meet new people. The best people you will meet are those who are doing the things you like, so go out there and join a social group that interests you. Make yourself available to meet other people and let other people get to know who you are.
If this still doesn’t help in alleviating your loneliness, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Talk to a trusted friend or family member about it. Let them know what would make you feel less lonely and how they can help you achieve this. It is also okay to seek the help of a therapist.
A simple touch helps break loneliness more than any amount of emoticons on social media. Finding friends online can be much easier but always make effort to meet these people face to face. If you are meeting an online friend, don’t do this in secret. Take someone with you or let someone know who you will be meeting.
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