Have you ever wondered why you sometimes feel lonely even in a room full of people?
Well, loneliness is partially a result of the way we interact with others, but also how we behave when interacting with them.
You’ll be surprised, but many people experience moments when they feel “lonely” because there is something happening that might make them feel left out, needing to hide their true self, misunderstood, or insecure.
How to get out of this mindset is to start with self-reflection. Only when you accept yourself, then can you accept how others perceive you as an individual. When you’re comfortable with who you are, you won’t be affected by how others see you, even if it’s in a bad light. Rather, you’ll see it as constructive criticism and take it with a grain of salt, or use it as motivation to improve oneself.
Loneliness is something that can also easily change, so keep thinking positively and with time, you’ll find yourself standing in that crowded room and feeling like you’re a part of the room too.