Being alone and feeling lonely are not the same.
You feel lonely when you are disconnected from people – this can happen at work, school, or in social situations. Life events like — the loss of a loved one, or a cross-country move — can lead to loneliness, but one can experience this feeling, especially when they feel their interactions lack authenticity or emotional depth.
So, how does one deal with loneliness? Check out some ways to tackle it:
- THINK: Dig into yourthoughts and emotions – and you might just find the reason and a solution. You might have to probably increase you social circle or may be need a career change.
- ME TIME: When people are always surrounded by other people – they tend to become dependent on people. Learn to inculcate ‘alone time’ into your schedule.
- REDUCE ONLINE TIME: Being online most of the time, takes a toll on your social outlook. Try and stay away from online for some time every day.
- PARTICIPATE: Take up activities that interest you. It could be a game, a walk, or just a simple discussion. This keeps your mind active.
- BUILD RELATIONSHIPS: Relationships take time and need time.Ensure that you take time out for your loved ones and have open communication.
Loneliness is painful, and when it goes on for long periods of time, it would impact our well-being. Overcome this and meet people who share the same interests as you do. Join thisTangle.com – a platform that focuses on keeping the spotlight away from the individual and focuses on their mutual interests between people.