Loneliness in Relationships


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So important to find yourself again and not attach yourself to something or someone that’s not right just because you’re lonely. The best relationships/friendships come from the best version of you! ❤️ Liz K 2020

Today on Cuppa’ Tea we revisited our discussion on power yesterday with Josh, talked about Greggs reopening, values and continued the conversation of Loneliness for #LonelinessAwarenessWeek.

We had some really heartfelt comments and thoughts come through from the group and people supporting each other and I think this comment really tied everything together.

Being lonely is no basis for a relationship. If you’re lonely because you don’t love yourself don’t expect others to pick up the piece because you will always find a reason not to love yourself.
This gives you power.

If you already know that you rock the world where you stand, which you do – I’m not arguing this point with you. You will maintain a power to stand out of a relationship that makes you feel lonely to be in.

What is the point of staying in a relationship where not only do you not love yourself, but the person you latched onto doesn’t love you either?

Use your power, whether you generate it or you get it from someone else like close friends and family and take action. Use your power and strength to love yourself before you get stuck in rut and don’t take any action.

Take control and do something. You won’t regret it.

If you don’t feel like you have any power ask yourself why you think this? What does it feel like? Where does this come from.

And then ask yourself ‘despite the lack of power I have now, where do I see myself 6 months from now, 12 months from now, 5 years from now?’

If you want a tried and tested way to get out of your thoughts and into your life, let me take you there.

Get in touch where we can discuss what life you want to have and let me coach you using different techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) and Solution Focus approach.

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