Loneliness rarely has to do with being alone. Loneliness often looks like a sea of people we love the most.
Whatever your reasons: “we outgrew each other”; “she was a ‘toxic’ friend”; “there was betrayal” – there is no real reason why you get to just leave with no explanation.
Will your friend group be the next to do this cool thing??
In your college years, your friends were the most important thing in your world, making your bond stronger than any other friendships you’ll make in your life.
The pain was by far not the worst part. Friends, sports, food; just a few things from the endless list of things I had to give up on living with chronic pain caused by an incurable disease. It never ceased to amaze me how little people know about Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
You moved away. You’re not in your hometown, you’re not in your college town, and suddenly you have no friends.
There’s a reason men love alpha females, and honestly, if more women could just get over themselves and stop seeing alpha females as a threat, they’d love alphas, too.
Life is created by a series of ups and downs, successes and missteps, gains and losses, and interpersonal connections that may last anywhere from a day through a lifetime.
After months on the road, you find yourself back home and excited to resume old friendships. You plan dinners, get-togethers, and nights out.
Your various Spotify playlists make it seem like your account is run by 17 different people at the same time.