The emotional solitude path stops us from communicating, being part of something that has the potential to be good.
When we fail to see what’s in front of us and continue to dwell on how we would like things to be instead of how things are, the picture we paint in our heads of how we want things to be isn’t what we think we’re being presented with.
We must come to accept and embrace a different thinking about our lives. What we contribute to any relationship is what we will get back and that’s sometimes why we’re to blame. All relationships should be 50/50.
It’s often what’s gone before us that stops us from caring. We think the grass is greener that our lives will be better elsewhere that what we’ve got isn’t what we want. but if we ever chose another path, we’d find the grass was just the same. We would still have things to deal with that life isn’t that simple.
The reality of course is that lives are exactly where they’re supposed to be, we don’t see it like that and therefore fail to contribute. Life is what and how we choose it to be. Perhaps we must choose a more social path.