Loneliness kills, yes it does, provided you think there is no purpose for you to live. It’s a part of life to feel lonely sometimes. There are many reasons for this. Every person has his or her own reason to be so. Sometimes, you just can’t help being so. You feel, you have no one to share your sorrows, feelings, etc. Everyone will come across loneliness in some part of their life. Trust me, it’s worse than death.
You don’t feel like going anywhere;
You feel like crying all the time and sometimes you do cry, thanks to all the negative emotions;
Your relationship with others like friends, family members, gets affected;
You try to smile, but in vain;
You don’t know whom to ask for help;
You hate god and ask yourself, “why me...?”;
You start thinking negatively and feel like your world has come to an end;
You feel all your dreams are shattered;
You might think, why should I live…?;
You may attempt to commit suicide and some may succeed also;
But that’s when you are tested to your utmost limits. You might have passed every test, but passing the test of loneliness is one of the most difficult ones in life. People in and around you, your dear ones can only help you by sympathizing with you. That’s the most they can do. If you want to come out of loneliness then it’s only you who can do it and no one else. There is no time and no point in blaming someone, even if that someone might have been responsible for your lonely feelings. It’s your life, you need to take care of it.
But hey, one thing is for sure, after passing through that phase you wonder, “Did I really go through that phase”. But it teaches one hell of a lesson which I bet, you just can’t forget throughout your life. I would like to sign off my blog by saying:
“Be glad that you went through that phase and acknowledge it with pride, because not everyone can handle it”.