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Hi I feel like I am all alone and have nothing to live for. What can I do about it?

2 Answers
Last Updated: 09/14/2020 at 8:55am
1 Tip to Feel Better
United Kingdom
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Lisa Meighan, BSc Psychology (Honours)


Hello, I am Lisa and I work in a person-centred approach mixed with cognitive behavioural therapy. I believe we all have the potential to be the best we can be.

Top Rated Answers
June 25th, 2019 6:12pm
Your not alone even though it may feel like it sometimes. The fact that you feel this way says your normal😂, everyone has those moments where they feel isolated almost separated from the world... Or unwanted like they don't belong but that's okay as long as you don't remain in this phase for too long. Everyone has a purpose and was created for a reason therefore you are very important. There are many reasons to feel this way: either you've moved or there have been sudden big changes in your life, you've endured many losses or failures and feel like giving up, you are in an environment where you feel different or are made to feel different, you physically lack the support of people in your life etc. I would suggest, focus on what your interests are - whatever activities make you feel happy and spend your time doing them, find someone to talk to about how you feel this way you may be able to discover why it is you feel this way, know that millions of people are in the phase of uncertainty when it come to what they are doing with their lives, everyone at some point has these questions, therefore you're truly not alone.
September 14th, 2020 8:55am
I think it's normal to feel lost without a goal at times in life. The most important thing is to do activities you enjoy. It's also important to try out new things. Another tip is to surround youself with people that bring you positive influence. If you surround yourself with people that are proactive, then you'll naturally be influenced to become more proactive as well. Then, I believe that you'll find purpose in life, and something live for. I don't find anything wrong with being alone. A lot of times, I enjoy being alone and find it an intimate time I can spend with myself, to rest and understand myself more.