In theory, the brunch you’re at is going great — you’re surrounded by nice people, good food, and hilarious conversation. But you’re still feeling alone, as though you’re a thousand miles away from everyone else emotionally.
The tricky thing about feelings is that they're different for everyone: Some people, for example, are perfectly fine having few friends or enjoy spending a great deal of time alone.
For other people, those same scenarios would create a deep sense of loneliness and isolation. Figuring out why you feel lonely even when you’re not alone can help you feel more in tune with the people around you — and with yourself.
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