Keep reading to learn more about how to deal with loneliness.
The kind of loneliness that you eat over is the aching kind that feels never-ending, and grows out of another problem that needs solving.
Sometimes loneliness is situational – for example, moving to a new place.
But if you’ve had plenty of time to develop social contacts and you’re still lonely, you’re "chronically lonely".
That’s the hardest type of all, and the subject of this article.
Understanding Your Feelings of Loneliness Comforting Yourself Getting Social Again Enjoying Your Solitude Community Q&A People feel lonely for a number of reasons, including simple social awkwardness and intentional isolation.
Some people may even feel lonely when they are surrounded by people because they lack meaningful connections with those people.
Everyone experiences loneliness sometimes, but it is never pleasant.
Dealing with loneliness can take many forms, including meeting new people, learning to appreciate your alone time, and reconnecting with your family.
Why do chronically lonely people often feel lonely even when they’re with other people?