Feeling Alone vs Being Alone

Hey guys,

Thanks for checking in.

We all know the world isn’t what it used to be. Corona has changed a lot of things so far in 2020. People losing their jobs, not being able to visit friends and family and even people leaving our world way too early.

Mentally and physically it’s a struggle for a lot of people with the many changes and being alone a lot more than we’re used to.

For me, personally, Corona hasn’t changed too much – thankfully. But mixed with the accident I was involved in back in February it has changed a lot.

Feeling Alone

I know that a lot of people are having a tougher time than me. I fully understand, but I made this page to be able to talk about these things. Some of the things you might even be able to relate to.

So, it started back in March when school was shut down due to Corona. We were all sent home and weren’t able to meet up with our school mates. It was super tough for me because it was so much fun and I loved being with these guys. This all changed from one day to another and it came as a social chock to me. We were told we couldn’t meet up so we tried to connect online but it’s never the same.

I quickly felt alone. I have no girlfriend and live by myself in my own apartment in town. I do have my family, but you really need your friends around.

Feeling Alone vs Being Alone

School ended and I had to start my internship. But, due to my injury I haven’t been able to go back to work. Which means I’ve been “home alone” since the beginning of March.

It’s now 4-5 months later and I’m still at home. I’ve decided to go back to school but it doesn’t start until September 1st. So, when school starts I’ve been at home, alone for more than six months.

I don’t have many friends. Since moving abroad several times have taken its toll on how many friends I have at home. We all know how hard it is to stay in touch when you’re not around one another. Unfortunately, my best friend during the past 10 years moved to another city on the other side of the country for work.

This means I’m alone. Not just mentally, but physically as well.

Wrap Up

Mixing all of this together, it’s quite a lot to take in. I don’t really talk to people about it. Honestly, you’re the first to know my feelings about this whole thing and how tough it has been.

Right now, I’m just trying to get my back and neck better before school starts. Also, I really can’t wait to get back to school. I can’t wait to come out and meet new people and get some new friends – because I really need it.

It’s a mental and physical battle right now. I really don’t want anyone to go through these feelings and struggles of being and feeling alone because it’s tough.

So, if you’re facing some of these feelings as well feel free to comment and let me know. I would love to connect more with some of you and who knows, maybe we can help each other out.

Thanks for reading. I hope you’re all well.

Take care,

Junior out.

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