Never Let Loneliness Convince You That You’re Unlovable


The person you loved just walked out on you, and your life is now full of loneliness. You can't help missing the good times you had with them. Should you try to get them back in your life? Are you thinking of changing some things about you for them?

Please don't. Never let your feeling of loneliness cause you to go back to a relationship that was never meant to be. You may be lonely, but that does not mean you will never meet another person who will be nicer than your ex. You do not need to look back, that's now in the past. Your plans should be to move forward and leave behind what did not, or won't make your life better.

Never let what you're feeling about your life take you back to a toxic relationship. You may have had your flaws, but your former lover wasn't perfect either. You do not owe them an explanation for your weight, nor for your hairstyle. Someone else will come who will love you for who you are. Believe me, he's out there. It's only a matter of time before you meet. You only need to be patient.

Never allow your feeling of loneliness cause you to dislike yourself. You may not look great in their eyes, but what about other people? There are many men out there who would die for your heart. Don't even try to change anything in you to accommodate the opinion of your former lover. If you have to, only do it for the people close to you. The people who value you.

You may be lonely, and your heart may be broken. You may have lost an important relationship in your life and you're in need of another one. However, don't fall for one just yet. Your heart is still hurting inside, and you need to allow it to heal completely. Jumping into another relationship could be a source of frustration and sometimes even worse than the previous one. Don't let your loneliness cause you to do things the wrong way.

The fact that you're lonely doesn't mean that you won't be loved again. Once your mind has settled down, you will be amazed by the many deserving suitors that will appear. Then you will see how blind you had been to be with your ex all that time. How they made you feel you were an unlovable girl with many flaws.

Don't let your loneliness make you fall for anyone. You are a great girl who needs an equally great lover. You still have your values. You're still the beautiful girl you've always been. You deserve nothing but the best. You deserve someone who will treat you like the queen that you are. Someone who will respect you for who you are. A man who will love you without reservations.

Yes, you're lonely, but that doesn't mean that you lack anything to complete your life. Your being single doesn't mean that you're badly off. You don't even need a boyfriend to be happy. Allow yourself time to reflect on your love life. Let go of the feelings about missing your ex, and about getting into a new relationship. You will get back your lost esteem and begin to value yourself once more. Then someone who will be madly in love with you will come along.

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But it’s very important not to put the focus on the fact that the teenager is upset. Instead, let them feel or know that they have a right to be upset, as that is the only way to get to a point where a solution to the problem would be welcome or even useful.

Overreacting will only make the crisis worse. So, when your teenage child is having a breakdown, it is not time to issue threats or ultimatums. Trying to offer solutions, however well-intended, will not help either.

Your child is not broken, he/she is slowly recreating who they are so that they can finally mature.

So, when you see a teen in a crisis, the first thing you should do is calm them down. Everything else comes later.