Mmmmm - Loneliness A State Of Mind?...

After losing apart of ure soul, loneliness is sure to creep in and it hurts. Its draining and darkens so much of who you are as a person...I think the trick is to feel the emotion but to not attach to it - i'm one to talk. I have felt lonely most of my life - whether i have someone in it or not - there always seems to be something missing - i have my beliefs, my friends, my boyfriends as they move in and out depending on the lesson needed to be learnt, but no matter how many people are around me, no matter how busy i am, no matter what party or event i am at - there is this emptiness that keeps on resurfacing from the core...A feeling i never seem to be able to fill, no matter what i make use of or how hard i try...So the moral - wish i knew...I think maybe go with it as it surfaces and try to not become it...Try, being the key word...xoxo
Hertia Hertia
31-35, F
2 Responses Mar 11, 2010

I have been lonely all my life. Irregardless of my friends or who's in it. I have learnt to accept it like one would accept a disability. It is a part of who I am and nothing I do changes that. Sometimes, I connect with someone and that feelings ebbs away a little, only to return again. So I am never ever rid of it. But I have accepted this fact about myself. I think truly the only cure is to find comfort in my own company. And be the best friend I can be to myself.

I'm sooooo sorry you feel this way, but on the other hand, I totally understand. I lost my precious Husband of 36 years on November 24, 2004 and everything I was, everything I thought I knew, everything that made me, me, everything that made me happy, my EVERYTHING, went with him. He was deliberately killed by the doctor who was suppose to save his life. My life will never be okay.<br />
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God Bless You,