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Boredom and loneliness are two themes that seem to be running in my life over the past little while. I have a list of hobbies both physical and intellectual a mile long and try to change things up as often as I can. My social calendar is pretty full and I try to strike the right balance between family and friends, but I also give myself plenty of alone time. I Bored tired of being lonely unworthy on some level and since others have left me alone in the past I now push people away first to avoid my preconceived notion they will only leave me alone again.
So counterintuitive but here I am, alone again …naturally. Hmmm… No spark. The Passion Test is a great book detailing how to create the ideal life. But, I failed the test…. I am tired of being lonely, bored and blah in a room full of people with a mile-long to do list. Worst part is I have cancer. I am doing really well after being told I had a few months to live and that was 2 yrs ago. That thought just makes me feel more guilty!!
IOn paper my life looks pretty ok. My head tells a completely different story. I try very hard to live in the now…. I protect myself for fear of ejection. I have 2 grown up children and 6 grandchildren. I feel guilty about my childrens pasts,although they tell me their fine and to live my life…….
What life. I feel I should be out there having a wonderful time. My friend died of Cancer last year,he wanted so much to live. Had plans for the future was full of life. Makes me feel awful because I don;t have that jest for life. I took some time today and made a list of the culprits that I feel prevent me from creating deeper connections:. I recognize these feelings for what they are and where they come from, but the way forward still seems murky and uncertain. Everything I read about boredom talks about having some sort of creative outlet.
For me, creativity and relationships usually go hand in hand — I create to share with others. Thanks for sharing your stories. You are not the only one my friend. Know that everyone feels that way at some point of their life. For most of my life I felt alone. Not even my parents. I tried questioning Bored tired of being lonely fate one time which broke into a major argument. Since then I just held my opinions to myself and waited till I moved out.
When I moved out I realized how lost I was. I struggled Bored tired of being lonely fit in the real world because my entire life consist of being surrounded with close minded people. We only talked about the bills I have to pay every time we talked. Soon after I found myself taking long walks on the beach. It was there that I realized what was wrong. I felt alone because I viewed everyone as different from myself.
After that, I realized I am really not alone. I have great neighbor who invites me for lunch every once in a while, I have a great boss who gives me advice on my life. I have great coworkers whom I work with. I have wonderful classmates who are itching to take me to bar for the first time. All I have to do is switch my perception and all of the sudden I have awaken to the truth. So the point is boredom and loneliness are just an illusion you create for yourself.
If you are bored and lonely, that is all there is to it sooner or later it will pass. My friend remember the quality your life depends on how you view it.
All you have to do is remember that you have an incredible gift being alive, if you realize that, boredom or not, you will appreciate every second of your life. I wish you the best of luck! You are preaching to the choir! You feel like your missing something. I also feel disconnected from the world around me. All the best! Greetings John! Every person in this world has his own purpose. When we live for our purpose we never feel lonely or unhappy.
All frustration and boredom is a al that you are not on the right track.
Find out your passion and make it your profession. Life will change after that. I have read a article, check it out. It helped me a lot and it might be useful for you as well. Do what you want to do and be happy with yourself…. Hi John. Your list of culprits are nearly identical to my own. With my long list of reasons to live in my insular world. I get invited out by family and friends. I allow no one to build a close relationship with me for fear of history repeating itself.
I also have some mental health issues, which in my self contained fortress always being guarded. Thank you for sharing. It makes so much difference Knowing many of us are experiencing similar situations. Thank you everyone for sharing your stories, insights, and articles. This has been a really good learning experience. Something that Lester said really hit home for me. Unless carefully handled, it le directly to egotism. Ordinary human thinking is full of greed, jealousy, and pride. And of course, I recognize that voice is also judging and criticizing me and preventing me from being my authentic self and really connecting with people.
I really need to work on stopping these automatic reflexes of thought, which are usually so negative. But sometimes, I just want to slap it over my knee and giving it a good spanking. Hello Anne, you too sound so much like myself…. I am finding it really hard these days also to accept the fact that there are so many people out there who Bored tired of being lonely the same yet we still end up lonely and fighting out own battles rather than being able to connect in daily life and support one another. I pray that this will Bored tired of being lonely.Bored tired of being lonely
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