Something usually triggers a memory of us feeling alone, it’s not always because we are alone, or we’re feeling isolated. Overcoming the memory that triggers the feeling, is perfectly doable.
Because the brain is designed to pay attention to pain, it will include painful memories and experiences and loneliness can be part of that equation too. But there is a way through it. Learn to love and be in your own company. Learn to notice and experience more. Take yourself out and spend more time with others.
We must learn to acknowledge when we are closed off, so that we learn to open up. Bring curiosity and spontaneity into your lives so that you create the circumstances that make us feel good about ourselves and about life.
There will be things that frighten you that might make you feel mentally separated. Learning to function in your own normal, will help improve your quality of experiences. Learn to participate in your life and not just be someone who lets the world go by when life gets difficult, shows motivation.
By managing things, you will turn loneliness around, so you feel less isolated. Learn to live alongside your thoughts and tap into how you feel. Be open to life, be mindful and open to the present.