To Not Feel So Alone - When The Tension Goes

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to not feel so alone(you’re not alone)

you’re not aloneTalking helpssomeoneyou don’tknow?someoneyou know?Who can youtrust toconfide in?someonewho doesn’tjudge you?someonewho acceptsyou?Write down what you need to say:Don’t bottle it up.Talk to someoneyou anxietyHURTRESENTMENTlonelinessWORRYWho will you say this to?When?

you’re not aloneWhat would it mean tonot feel so alone?What if feeling alone helped you to discover what really matters to you?Maybe, if you can accept what is different for you, and for others, you might get more clarity onwho you are and where you might thrive. It may help you to accept and value who you are ratherthan strive to be the same as everyone else.Some people like to be alone. It doesn’t mean they are lonely. They feel good in their owncompany. Some people need to be with others to feel good.It can be difficult to be kind to yourself if the environment you are in is harsh; if the media youuse leaves you feeling inadequate; if the people around you are very different to you, if you don’treally share the same beliefs as them, if you don’t really want to behave like them.If you are trying to make yourself fit conditions that are not really ‘you’, then feeling alone may justhelp you to clarify what really matters.Describe what it would be like if you didn’t feel alone.How would you be feeling?What would be different?

you’re not aloneThe following questions can prompt you to discover more about yourself.If you find them difficult to answer, there may be clues in the opposites.When andwhere do youfeel ‘at home’ inyourself andwith others?If you can’t recall a time when you have felt athome in yourself or with others, identify whatmakes you not feel at home and reflect on theopposite - what would mean you felt more athome, accepting of yourself and at ease?When in yourlife have youfelt a sense ofbelonging?If you can’t recall having a sense of belonging,what are the situations and circumstanceswhere you feel you don’t belong? Reflect onthe opposite of this - what would mean youfelt like you belonged?If you can’t remember anythingthat you loved doing as a child,ask yourself what you would haverather done instead of the thingsyou didn’t enjoy.What did youlove (doing)as a child?What are youdrawn to whenyou visitsomewherenew?What would you ratheravoid doing when yougo somewhere new?What do you not lookforward to at all?What have you learned about yourself from thesequestions, about what matters to you?

you’re not aloneA change of perspective can make you feel a little bit better.Who else in your townor country might beexperiencing whatyou’re going through?.Or who else mightbe going throughsomething evenworse?Imagine people acrossthe planet feelingsimilar feelings to whatyou’re feeling.Realising what you have in common with others across theworld means you’re not as alone as you might think.And maybe things aren’t quite as bad as you

use leaves you feeling inadequate; if the people around you are very different to you, if you don't really share the same beliefs as them, if you don't really want to behave like them. If you are trying to make yourself fit conditions that are not really 'you', then feeling alone may just help you to clarify what really matters.

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