Loneliness usually strikes during distressing times of your life like abruptly moving to a new neighborhood, having trouble fitting in at work, or arguing with your significant other. This feeling of isolation also occurs even on common, regular days, and it affects people in many different ways. Since the onset of the pandemic, many of us have felt isolated from our families and strangers
When you’re feeling overwhelmed with the pressure of failing your family’s expectations or wanting to fulfill your ambition earlier, you can drown in your own thoughts. You’re thinking too far from the future that you forsake the present and everything will seem like it’s not working out because whenever you think about something positive, you argue with yourself.
When you’re overwhelmed, your insecurities from the inside start to reveal and crush your self-esteem even further until you don’t seem to find it anymore. When you’re overwhelmed, you don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel; in fact, you doubt there is an end to all the pain you’re feeling. You think everybody’s counting on you but you’re destined to fail.