How Loneliness Occurs The Most
We already addressed that people feel lonely for various reasons. One main target we mentioned was a feeling of rejection when it comes to attempting to make friends. Yet another is self-esteem entirely. Some people devalue themselves greatly, thereby avoiding any positive self-acknowledgment. This is why we should always try to lift each other up when possible.
When a person believes they are unworthy or lack confidence, they are less likely to be outgoing. That, in turn, causes the person to go into isolation. Yet personality overall can affect how loneliness impacts a person. As we age, our personalities will often change. One can compare this to an increase in weight as we get older.
Yet a personality is actually possible to alter, just like how we lose weight. Sure, it might take some time to shift certain toxic personality issues around. No one ever said this would be an easy thing to do. However, like losing weight, it’s possible to do as long as you work toward it. Therefore, taking away toxic issues could lead to more close relationships and remove loneliness from the table entirely. Sometimes, it all starts with the person.