Friday, 9 September 2016

Read carefully:Handling Loneliness

Sure, being single has its perks, or so I keep being told by everyone I talk to about the subject. But what about those nights when we just wish we were falling

asleep beside someone who cares for us? Or the times when we just need someone to be there for us and tell us everything will be alright?
Sometimes, it gets lonely. What do you do then? How do you deal with loneliness when you're single? And on top of all that, everywhere you look you see couples together. Who wouldn't feel a bit envious of them, especially if you've been single for a while?
For instance, one of my cousins is getting married next year, and I'm honestly inclined to ask her not to invite me, because I won't be there anyway. I guess I'm just asking how you handle the times when you wish you had someone beside you. "

Now let's rewind:-

Is your case smiler to hers?
It's mustn't be this step can work for every one, now what's left for you is to read a apply it to yourself!

Focusing on any one area of life is unhealthy and will make life unbalanced. Yes relationships are great, but they are one small sliver of a healthy whole life, which includes: career, mental stimulation, health, friends, family, spirituality, self development etc etc.
Life is far less likely to be lonely if you are cultivating other relationships in other ways. Even pets will bridge that gap to a certain extent.
In addition, relationships are NOT all sunshine and roses. They can be incredibly hard work, painful, and even lonelier than being alone.
Why focus on worrying about being alone rather than all the GOOD things in your life? That's a recipe for misery AND loneliness because no one wants to be around a Debbie Downer.
Go out and live your best life and stop worrying about what other people are doing or focusing on things outside of your control. That is sure to make you attractive to anyone.

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