Healing emptiness

By Miss Kes

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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No one deserves to be lonely, but sometimes life brings you to that place. So how can one truly heal from the emptiness they may encounter?

Don't isolate yourself

Overcoming loneliness will be twice as challenging if you keep to yourself. Go out and meet new people; create new adventures. Do something that will pull you out rather than keep you in.

Invest in yourself

Maybe it is time to invest in that hobby that you threw down. What hobbies do is let us dive into our creative minds and escape reality. It is imperative to keep going even when life is saying that you shouldn't.

Treat yourself

It is time to really take care of you. When in a relationship, we often neglect our needs to take care of our partner's, and while that is admirable, you have to also ensure that your needs are being met. Spend time to take care of you; take yourself to the movies and buy yourself a gift.

Learn your lesson

Sit and look at the experience in depth. Often we go through life and miss the lessons. Take note of what went wrong and own your participation in what went wrong. To heal, you must confront and accept.

Talk to someone

Let it out. Do not keep in what you should release. Sometimes in venting you receive the healing you so longed for. Find a friend or get professional help but whatever you do, ensure you let it out fully.

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