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An_252618 posted:
feel lonely and want to be lonely. no friends no companionship. please help
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Fowden responded:
There are a lot of people in the same boat you're in. I am one of them. You just take it one day at a time. That's the only way I know to survive.
 
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legion420 responded:
hello,
i dont really get what your asking.you put you want to be lonely,so what is it that you need help about?
 
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rohvannyn responded:
Do you mean you feel lonely, and want to be lonely, but know there is something better and want to break out of your rut? A little more detail will help us to help you, but also it will help you clarify what you really want. Till then, know that you aren't really alone in how you feel, it just might seem that way.
 
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Adelissa responded:
I think I feel the same way. Want to be alone wish I wasn't but wouldn't know how to reach out or would assume no one really cares. Been hurt a lot and its hard to trust people when you've been hurt. I can't really offer any advice at this point in my journey but you're not alone.


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