I know what you mean--I just feel sad and depressed sometimes for no reason. If you can afford it, it would be helpful to see a counselor; they can help you combat negative thinking.
Don't feel alone in the whole, feeling alone thing. I can only speak from my own experience, but for me it doesn't matter if I'm surrounded by a crowd of people, or family members, 90% of the time I fight the feelings of loneliness. The idea that "they" just don't understand what it is that you are going through is the thing that gets to me. Though I coming to realize that most likely they are battling their own demons and we just aren't aware of their situation. I not sure if that bit of information really helps me yet, but I think it does.
Post Edited (JohnD) : 9/29/2008 10:43:09 AM (GMT-6)
Hey Lonely, Let us help you turn that negativity in to positivity.
Turn those negative thoughts into positive statements.
Instead of focusing on doom, stay in the moment. Give yourself breathing space. Consider what matters to you. Establish a few manageable goals, then take small steps toward achieving them.
Gentle Hugs to warm youKitt
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