Having a relationship and feeling alone. It sucks donkey balls
I'm married and feel lonely now more than ever. This started nearly five years ago when my wife decided to try rediscovering herself once again. She seems to be on this constant path of self discovery and about once every five or so years, off she goes in a different direction. This time, she went into her past and essentially got back into focusing on who she was in her teen years. This meant a complete change in religious beliefs and attitude. In addition, she's taken this whole change to an extreme, as with any new discovery she makes. What I mean by that is on one day, she's at one temple that's 30 miles from home, then on Fridays, she's at another temple, then a different one on Saturdays. This doesn't include her volunteering at any one of these temples or the Sunday schools she's a part of.<br />
To make matters worse, she has a horrible sleep schedule that I can't figure out. Oftentimes, when I get home from work, she's in bed. She'll get back up around dinner, eat, and if she's not going out to some religious function, she may stay up until midnight, go to bed, then wake at 4:00 AM. <br />
When we first got married, we used to do a lot of things together. We weren't attached at the hip as we also had our own individual activities that we enjoyed. However, now, it's like we're living as roommates rather than husband and wife. I've often asked, "What's the purpose?"
These changes have been taking place all the years we've been married. Her sudden discovery of the religion she was brought up with is just the latest example. It's rather different from the religion I was raised with. I have also gone with her to some of her religious functions and felt like a complete outsider as I had no idea what was happening. I guess my option is to just accept it as is and live my own life.
Being in a relationship and feeling alone is by far theworst.. if you actually were single, you could go out and party and hook up with whoever or do whatever you want.. when your with someone you obvisouly can't go looking for someone else.. It's so lonely when your in the same room and just can't seem to connect.
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ThenInARelationship and alone
If I was single and lonely, I would at least have the option of going out and trying to find someone to make the loneliness go away, but if I'm in an un fulfilling relationship where I still feel lonely I am stuck with what I have. Many people I think are in this situation, but are to stubborn, or lazy to try to change their situation. Just because you are alone, doesn't automatically that you are lonely, and if you are in a relationship, that doesn't mean that you don't feel alone, and lonely. Always remember though, If someone will cheat with you, they will cheat on you!!
Being alone in a relationship. If it feels you're alone, then you are alone.
Oh!Having a relationship and feeling alone is worse by a landslide! At least singles can pursue happiness elsewhere.
in a relationship and feeling alone is worse! Afterall the partner suppose to make you feel happy not alone!
People so inherently self absorbed that even with people I feel alone, including husband. At least he pays the bills. :O
Having a relationship and feeling alone:(
relationship & feeling alone. being only alone hurts a lot less, comes in small little waves, in a relationship, having the person around is a constant painful reminder of how alone you are.
I think both are not nice, but the latter is probably far worse as if your are in a relationship you shouldn't feel lonely?...........
definitely having a relationship and feeling alone
I was in a relationship and felt alone so now, I am happy being single, at least I have a life for myself.
I'm not really sure, though of course most would say the latter. What's so bad and too bad about being alone is that you have no one to really share your heart, give you something to hope for, and share like enjoyments. I have waited for some seriously good answers for those of us alone, but no such insight has manifested into the light of day. Keep pushing though.
I don't know. I know how it feels being in both situations. I just can't decide which one is better because they both suck terribly.
alone is alone and lonely is lonely
having a relationship and feeling alone that why most people cheat
The latter can make a person feel trapped and it could lay the foundation to an affair but can you blame them?
YES! You can blame them, and rightly so. If the spark is gone, and there is no saving the relationship, then be a decent person, and end the relationship, but don't betray someones trust by cheating on them.
ahhh, if only life was that easy
It really isn't that easy is it.. I mean there are so many things to think of.. nothing is easy in this world.
they're equal in my book