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No Man Is An Island

By Ken Adams

Loneliness is a painful and disturbing awareness that you are disconnected to others and important needs are not being met. When you are in the state of loneliness it is hard to find and form interpersonal relationships with others. If you feel lonely, do not despair. Being lonely is not a disease though it’s not fun to be in that state. Loneliness is like a warning signal that alerts us. Just when hunger warns you that you need food the same way as loneliness warns you that you need companionship, closeness and intimacy. We need food to function well likewise we need companionship to feel well.

We experience loneliness because of events or circumstances in our lives that cause big impact to us. Some of these circumstances sometimes are beyond our control.

Various events in our lives that may trigger loneliness: retirement, job loss, a career setback, death of a loved one, a sudden disability or serious illness etc.

Once in a while we need to be alone sometimes and this could be healthy to think about things, find solution or just maybe to find peace for awhile. But what’s scary about it if we allow loneliness to swallow us and wallow in self-pity. It leads to driving away our love ones and straining the relationship isolating us further. Negative attitudes in turn dominate our life. This would start a dangerous chain reaction that can lead to chronic loneliness.

To avoid matters to get worse, in the beginning of loneliness, awareness of how to resurface from loneliness should be learn before it takes control and create havoc on us. Here is a list of helpful tips to combat loneliness:

Learn to like yourself. Loneliness comes from within. Your low self esteem may have form a barrier that stops you from opening up to people and make a connection. Value the individuality that you have.

Reach out to those in need All your energy will be drain if you’re lonely. Try to look forward and see the pain of others instead of focusing your time on your own pain. For instance you will discover that your problem is just so simple compare to others if you try to reach out to those in need.

Admit responsibility of your actions Stop blaming yourself and learn to accept the mistakes you make. Put the past behind and start to make wise choices.

Make a journal Writing a journal will help to ease out the burden because you are releasing the heavy load you feel. Through this method self discovery will come out and the pain will slowly mend.

Sign up for groups You can meet people at church groups, clubs, or join a fan association of your favored team in football for example. Go with the group to watch games by purchasing 49ers Tickets.

Do exercises To erase the feeling of loneliness try to be active this will relax your mind and release negativity.

Remember no one is an island, life is beautiful and full of hope don’t let loneliness to take this away from you. Go out a great football game is waiting for you get a 49er Tickets and enjoy!

Ken Adams , Freelance Writer and has written numerous articles. He widely writes about his favorite team 49ers . For more information about getting a 49er tickets to watch them play visit 49ers Tickets .

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Adams, Ken "No Man Is An Island." No Man Is An Island. 5 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Jun 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/recreation-and-sports/no-man-is-an-island/>.

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