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Belier Belier 22-25, F 10 Answers Nov 11, 2012 in Loneliness

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i would guess those of us who feel that way are scared to open up even here. I could confess what is bothering me but I am ashamed of it. After going thru what i have been for the past few months i am still shocked and i still have a long way to go. I don't know how to keep going but i have to.

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I know you will find the strength. Don't give up!

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thanks, i'm trying :)

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Social networking such as this can be deceiving. Although you can "talk" to anyone, about anything, at anytime, the feeling of "companionship" can still be lacking. <br />
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At the end of the day, most of us still long for that "personal touch". Knowing that the person we're talking too knows us, we know them, and that there's a mutual, loving, care & concern.

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GREAT answer.......Well said and exactly right (IMHO)

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I feel neither alone nor ignored.

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This is the most original question I have ever heard on EP. If only I could rate it up more than once.

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Who wants to talk to them? I want to talk to someone that's doing something. Just hearing sob stories can get old quickly.

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But you will at least try to help them at first?

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I'll listen to just about anyone and try to help people as best as I can. I just find it interesting when introverts seek out other introverts when it is better for a balance in a relationship with both extroverts and introverts alike.

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Lonely people withdraw socially, which is why they are lonely in the first place. It is a downward spiral.<br />
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For example, the vast majority of people at dating websites remain wall flowers who never participate or respond. This is true, even though they are presumably at a dating website to meet people.

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