loneliness: recent publications

Balancing Introversion and the Need for Connection

“Sometimes I feel so — I don’t know — lonely. The kind of helpless feeling when everything you’re used to has been ripped away. Like there’s no more gravity, and I’m left to drift in outer space with no idea where I’m going.” ― Haruki MurakamiI’ve been on a journey of self-discovery for a while.

It’s a process that has allowed me to learn about myself and the problems I’ve had in life. My growth has been nowhere near linear; it’s been more of a messy, jolting experience.

There is still plenty of room to grow also. Most of my issues are self-created, and I now understand I am my own worst enemy.

But life changes, and along with it, so do we.One of the biggest problems I face is feeling lonely. I’m not afraid to admit I deal with loneliness

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loneliness: Readers Choice

“Sometimes I feel so — I don’t know — lonely. The kind of helpless feeling when everything you’re used to has been ripped away. Like there’s no more gravity, and I’m left to drift in outer space with no idea where I’m going.” ― Haruki MurakamiI’ve been on a journey of self-discovery for a while.
banish that fear so Charlie could assume his place at the top of the world, as the heir to the miraculous domain Willy Wonka had created.Because when I forget it, I fall to the ground.Willy Wonka: But Charlie, don’t forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he always wanted.Charlie Bucket: What happened?Willy Wonka: He lived happily ever after.This is my favorite line in any movie ever. Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka delivers the line as if it were truly possible to get everything you ever wanted.And it is.We get bogged down by everything else.

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