Loneliness

A lonely person can have many friends. They can seem joyful and happy, yet underneath those delightful coverings is a dark and shattering feeling sucking away their soul, leaving feelings of hopelessness and emptiness. Trying to cover it up with interactions, hoping to make connections, however big or small. Searching for a meaningful and electric reward to dissolve the darkness of their emotions.

Loneliness is severely challenging …

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13 thoughts on “Loneliness

    1. Long term loneliness can be dangerous, linked with other mental health such and depression and people may not know what to do or how to escape or cope. I’m glad their are ways to express.

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  1. We are into loneliness sometimes, it might be because of something undefined or some sorts or emotions that we can’t control. Let us try to become grateful being alive and the nature around us could be the source of happiness. We don’t need to find it to other people. We can creat our own by counting our blessings. Thank you for sharing your awesome thoughts. You are indeed, blessed with immense wisdom to share it to the world.Cheer up! 🥰🥰🥰

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    1. Aww thank you, I appreciate you comment, I like how you give great advice and I do believe that being greatful for being alive is important and nature can give so many positive emotions. I will remember to count it in blessings and thank you again. I love the cheer up at the end, it has made me smile

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    1. I agree, solitude is needed sometimes to regain yourself, just having sometime to collect thoughts, relax and forget about problems. However loneliness can effect anyone, I think its extremely important to keep an eye on our emotions and thoughts and look for signs in others which mean they need help in order to help them.

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