Amazing Facts of Loneliness

Lonely people often experience divergent thought processes that can impact their perception of themselves, others, & the world around them. 

Negative self-talk: lonely people may engage in negative self-talk, such as telling themselves that they are unlovable or unworthy of connection with others.

Social comparison: Lonely people may compare themselves to others, which can lead to feelings of inadequacy or envy. 

They may also feel that they are different or separate from others, which can reinforce their feelings of loneliness. 

Hypervigilance: Lonely people may be hypervigilant to signs of rejection or exclusion, which can cause them to withdraw or avoid social situations.

Rumination: Lonely people may ruminate on negative experiences or interactions, which can lead to increased feelings of isolation & hopelessness.

Perceived stigma: Lonely people may feel stigmatized or ashamed of their loneliness, which can lead to further social isolation and difficulty seeking help or support.

It is important to note that not all lonely people will experience these thought processes, & some may experience them to different degrees. 

However, these thought patterns can contribute to the negative cycle of loneliness & may require professional help to address.

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