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post #31 of 42
I've got the cure for you!!!! I'm gonna gift wrap Tammy-Timmy and Pete and send them to you. Tammy-Timmy will change your life forever and Pete will pee on your bed. You won't have time to feel lonely. (Heee, heee, heee)
post #32 of 42
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Originally Posted by KittenKiya View Post
I've got the cure for you!!!! I'm gonna gift wrap Tammy-Timmy and Pete and send them to you. Tammy-Timmy will change your life forever and Pete will pee on your bed. You won't have time to feel lonely. (Heee, heee, heee)
that was so Sweet Janet!...I´m so sure Natalie will get, with all love!!
post #33 of 42
Will you quit being my twin?

I dont know how many times i have said this but this is definetely my goal, and that is to get back to AUSTRALIA! Although i have no family there, i have friends and i can easily pick up a boyfriend!

I now dont have family in frankfurt, and i only have my job and a couple of friends, but Its not where i want to be!

If you have the chance to go back home then do it!

I tell everyone to follow their hearts
post #34 of 42
I am sorry your are feeling down. If you want to go back home and can...then I would do it. I know the feeling... we moved here a few years ago and I hate it. I would move back home in a heart beat.
post #35 of 42
Oh!!

I definitely think that if everyone one you love is too far away, you should move back to where they live! Unless of course, you make new friends! I know it can be hard sometimes, especially if all you want is your family!

I wish you luck!
post #36 of 42
All I know is that it is very difficult to move backwards in life, and can lead to some bitter disappointments, because people change - you change, your old friends and even family change, you have a new perspective on things etc. So given the choice, it is often better to move forwards, into something different and challenging that fits the new you.
post #37 of 42
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Originally Posted by jennyranson View Post
All I know is that it is very difficult to move backwards in life, and can lead to some bitter disappointments, because people change - you change, your old friends and even family change, you have a new perspective on things etc. So given the choice, it is often better to move forwards, into something different and challenging that fits the new you.
Growing older gracefully is hard, but I think it's harder to damage or even destroy the memories of a past you loved.

Move closer to home if you want to. But be moving forward, not back.

Many prayers and good wishes to you.
post #38 of 42
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by KittenKiya View Post
I've got the cure for you!!!! I'm gonna gift wrap Tammy-Timmy and Pete and send them to you. Tammy-Timmy will change your life forever and Pete will pee on your bed. You won't have time to feel lonely. (Heee, heee, heee)
Aw, I would love a visit from your kits
post #39 of 42
I don't have any advice to add, but just wanted to say you've got lots of friends here and tons of support in whatever you decide to do. You're a strong, capable young woman, so just trust your instincts and follow your heart and you'll be just fine.
post #40 of 42
Thread Starter 
I feel alot better today....I haven't had very many real big freakouts since the breakup, so I think I am entitled sometimes Anyway, I am going to stick around here for a while, and try to make some friends..Maybe start spending more time with my sis too!

Thanks alot everyone, I can't beleive how many replies I got..you are lovely friends
post #41 of 42
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Originally Posted by Trouts mom View Post
I just got off the phone with my mom, and was just talking about the possibility of someday moving back to my hometown where she is and all my friends are...

I was asking her what kind of life is it to have no friends, and nothing to do but sit around by myself..and I realized..I am 25, in the prime of my life, young and healthy and I have absolutely noone here. I feel very alone..

Usually I can handle it as I try to keep busy...but just realizing that every person that means anything to me is long distance and 7 hours away..

Is this worth it? Why do I even live here? Should I go back to where I came from?

I don't even know, I'm sad.
Wow, that's almost exactly like me. I'm 24, living and working alone and I hardly know anyone. My circumstances might be different (I never liked my hometown, or being next to my parents/family), but I'm sure everyone who lives alone gets lonely now and then. I sure do get that way occasionally, but it just gives me the drive to go out and meet people, or find things to do that I could never do. Haha, maybe I'm just stubborn and won't admit that I get lonely.
post #42 of 42
You know I started thinking about this more and maybe its just me, but it seems that's the age you question friendships.

I.e. when I was 23/24, my friends had pretty much finished college before I did (too many major switches) and once I graduated at 24, it was after 9/11, the economy was going downhill here and most of my friends packed up and moved out of state. I remember at one point my only remaining friend was talking about moving and it turned out she was talking future, not immediate, but in anycase though I actually begged her not to move!

And yes, even if its 2 years after a breakup and you're with someone new, you're still allowed to question what's going on in your life. It's a way to assess whether or not you're on the path you want to be on. The thing that sucks though is that somethings the check happens with a lot of tears.
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