I’m such a loner, I was made to be alone, just like my dad. When I want to do something, I don’t wait around to see if someone will come with me or not, I just go. Most of the time I don’t feel lonely, but strangely I’ve been feeling it lately. I’ve seen a video on the topic, saying that loneliness is a primitive feeling that came with the fact that when you were on your own it was harder to survive, so when your clan pushed you out, you felt rejection which felt awful since you had more chances to die out there. But the feeling stayed within us as the world kept on going. So I feel completly stupid for feeling lonely right now. I guess I just wish to find someone like me, which is difficult these days to even meet people outsite of work or school, because I have thoughts that don’t reach out to most people I talk to… I guess there is power in embrassing loneliness, but life is much less interesting when you are on your own. But there is nothing worst in feeling alone when surrounded.
Simran Patel @simranpatel
To be honest, the first thing that came to my mind after reading this is hell I should be like her! The fact that you don’t wait for others clearly means that your happiness is not extrinsic or dependent. I believe, we all should be a little more like you. On the other hand, the negativity attached to loneliness has stemmed from the fact that you’ve always been this way and it has suddenly hit you. At some point in life, we all need people. Try putting yourself out there? I know it’s hard to find people who give out the same frequency but hell, give it a shot? I’m sure someone out there needs you as much as you need them. Lots of love❤️
The paradox is true af. I’ve been there. Huge number of friends, but very few who understood my, my mood, my feelings. I’m close to 2-3 people and even to those I dont tell all my life details. but that’s who i am. and i dont make no bones about it. i want my circle to be small, because i want it to be of people who understand me and want to lift me higher and not bring me down with their narrow minds