You are all alone in this world. We have close friends and family with whom we are able to communicate our emotions. While struggling with problems, one realizes that they are technically alone and warring with their sentiments to save themselves.

“Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.” (Dale Carnegie). Everyone has their own demons to fight against and obstacles to overcome. No one is ever going to be fully interested in helping you fight yours. “You are alone because no one can truly empathize with every single emotion you go through in your life.”

You will fail while fighting against your problems, but it is not where the journey ends. You need to overcome that fact because it is reality. Some youngsters and adults might be going through the same dilemmas as you. What I am trying to impose here is that you are not alone in bearing the problems, but alone in facing them.

You shouldn’t punish yourself for failure or thinking you aren’t good enough for the people around you. Become comfortable with yourself, embrace your self-sufficient nature, and feel the ecstasy after your successes.



7 thoughts on “Loneliness”

  1. Hey Divya, I think that you did an excellent job within your writing here. It looks like you put a lot of thought into this piece of writing to try and evoke emotions within the reader and inspire them in the process. 🙂

  2. hi Divya

    This is very well written. I think this topic is especially applicable to teenagers, as this is the age where we start to come into our own and face issues by our selves. We some times feel very lonely, and have trouble handling new situations, reminding one another that we can find support from so many others is a great way to help. I found it very impactful and hopeful when you said: ” you are not alone in bearing the problems, but alone in facing them.” That line (and the whole piece) are beautifully written.

  3. Hello Divya, I agree with you. I think you always have to be critical and check if you’re doing the right thing.
    So maybe you can avoid the self-made problems and you don’t feel alone.

  4. Hi Divya, I liked your piece, I completely agree with your thoughts about being lonely, I enjoyed reading it!

  5. Hi Divya, I really like the message you’re sending in this. I think everyone struggles with loneliness sometimes, and it’s hard to deal with that. I agree that we need to face our own problems, because that’s the only way that we can overcome them. It’s hard for a lot of people, especially teenagers, to accept themselves for who they are. It’s very difficult to focus on your strengths rather than your weaknesses. However, when you do it’s so rewarding. This is very well written, and I appreciate the message you’re sending. Good job!

  6. Hi Divya, you did a good job on this! It started in an impactful way and remained logical and well organized throughout the piece. Life is quite unfair 🙂 but the criteria don’t necessarily mean anything about our worthiness. I still don’t know if I am a dog or a pig, if you get what I mean. Defining ourselves as humans means we will inevitably fail, so being ourselves is really the best current solution, thank you for writing this 🙂

  7. Hi Divya, I liked the positive message you’re giving others with your writing. Many people often punish themselves for different things even though they don’t deserve it. I agree with you; we would be comfortable with who we are.


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