Have you ever had somebody drop a bombshell in your family–something so shocking and so devastating that you didn’t even know how to respond? Sue Mocker talks about her experience of survival.
While the term “loneliness” describes a state of being alone or in solitude, loneliness can also be a state of mind. For instance, people who feel empty, alone, and unwanted can become depressed and have difficulty forming relationships with others as a result.
Digging deep into our core to learn and understand the real feelings that are happening as we are struggling through something is tough. Tough because we commonly are not able to name our feelings.