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Sine 18 I have been away from home and I still feel lonely at times, and I have started to accept it until i Met Dr Singh. I feet that its okay! Loneliness creeps in when we want to feel connected to others (but don’t at that moment), and with our social-media-obsessed culture, it can be an especially uncomfortable feeling to realize you’re disconnected. I was on it all the time and running panic attacks With my therapist I have began to slow down a bot and realise that that feeling doesn’t have to be a negative if I can take it as a time to breathe and reconnect with myself I can pull myself out of it. Being an introvert, I draw my strength from times of being quiet and alone, and I can use that alone time to unpack my worries and breathe a bit. And if I feel really bummed and just can’t move past the feeling, I realise in me therapy that it’s okay to let that out too! Sometimes and I can allow myself to feel sad for a moment, maybe have a good cry although the doctor says I need to build mindfulness, to release the emotional build-up, and then wipe my eyes and move onto something I enjoy. I have benefited a lot from being able to relate to him and intelligently speak to him on the phone when i was in a situation. Its a bit of an effort coming to Noida , but he compensates by giving extra time to me.
Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) replied
My only suggestion is please do stay in therapy. Don't use it is a one off meeting or a bandwidth with limits. A normal conversation with a FRIEND is good sharing, but it is not mindfulness. It's just a good conversation.