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How I Deal With My Fear Of Being Alone


It is not easy when you are alone.

I find it difficult to find the right person to marry or do things with my friends who are married and very busy. I also learned that even married people sometimes deal with loneliness. Here are a few tips I use to manage my loneliness.

The first thing I try to do is determine what I like and find a group where I can enjoy doing that activity. For instance, I like to run so I will go to the track and run. I also like to play volleyball so I recently joined a local volleyball group. Find out what you like to do and find others who have similar interests.

Animals are a great source for companionship. I sometimes like to get involved with my local animal shelter. Walking or petting the animals can be helpful if you feel lonely. A person can also get a pet of their own if they have the time to take care of it.

I sometimes try to join my local church group where I can do some activities. Many churches offer all kinds of programs for people of various ages. In addition, using the help of God can help you manage your loneliness. Including God in your life can help reduce your loneliness.

It isn’t fun being alone, however I try to remain realistic. Let’s say you get married. After 10 months, you start to realize that you made a mistake in marrying this person. What do you do now? I know of many people who are stuck in an unhappy marriage and they are miserable. Getting a divorce can be expensive however living with someone who you don’t get along with is not fun. Remember this when you get tired of being alone.

It is important to have a good set of friends. A person who has some friends will not be as alone as someone who is constantly alone. Again, join a group where you can develop long-lasting friendships.

I sometimes talk to a counselor if I need help. By talking to a professional, a person will be helping themselves in the long run because they will become better able to deal with their problems in the future. Remember that it never hurts to ask for help.

Finally, I realized that regardless of my current situation, things do not stay the same. I may feel alone on some days, but it won’t last forever. Remember this fact: Regardless of your current situation, everything changes over time. This includes your current loneliness situation. Nothing remains the same forever.

Read more posts by Stan Popovich, an author who personally overcame fear and anxiety in his life. Stan is a blogger for JenningsWire.


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