Solitude is a good thing, but not always. When used correctly, solitude can get you centered, slow you down so you can find peace and feel renewed.
But sometimes solitude can be dangerous. Pushing people away, isolating, withdrawing, while that’s our tendency when we’re struggling, feeling sad, overwhelmed or depressed, it is not the answer.
Fight through the desire to disappear, to sit home alone, to isolate. Make a call, reach out, we are here for you. You are not alone in your struggles.
True friends stick around through the struggles, through the ugly, so don’t worry you’ll scare them off.
Don’t get lost in your solitude.