More than just a universal sensation, loneliness can also become a habit that you have to break. After all, we’ve all been there. You can be in a crowd of familiar faces, yet still feeling completely alone.
Struggling with loneliness can lead you to self-isolate - turning down invitations because it feels easier or safer, and refusing the offers of help or friendship because you’re already feeling like you don’t belong or fit in.
At some point in their lives, everyone has gone through these emotions and worries. When you add in a fear of rejection, self-doubt, and anxiety, you might find yourself trapped in an ice block of emotion. You desperately want to reach out, but you are self-defeating at every single turn. You want connection - after all, if you didn’t you wouldn’t feel lonely, but you’re struggling with the best way to get it.
It’s important to remember that even if you feel lonely, you are not alone. And it isn’t hopeless. You’re not alone. This is a more common story than you realize, and it’s possible to fix it. This isn’t just the way it has to feel.
Whether you’re feeling hopeless, isolated, or even just a little bit lonely, it’s important to reach out in a safe and controlled way. An Online Life Coach can help be the objective voice which reaches out to you to help you correct your ways of thinking or self-defeating habits.
By providing you with the tools that you need, and ways you can address your own worries, an Online Life Coach can show you that the habit of loneliness is one you don’t have to beat on your own. Browse through our list of Online Life Coaches.