Edinburgh is where I learned how to be alone. But not in the sense of becoming an isolated weirdo. No, I learned how to be comfortable with myself to the extent that transformed my relationships with others.These past few days, I’ve been wandering around the city and getting a feel for my new life.
To settle in a new home, it takes time. I spend much of it reflecting on the chapter that just ended.I also have a lot of thoughts about my first move here in 2015.Back then, for the first time in my life, I felt what it means to be alone.
This sometimes bordered on loneliness — but only slightly. Mostly, I was just experiencing detachment from my roots and a chance to establish a whole new identity.That identity emerged from lots of time I spent.Read more on positivelypositive.com