forty years ago, the well-known band The Beatles asked where the lonely people came from?
my simple theory is they are come from home, most precisely on the corner of the room feeling lost in the crow. sometimes i feel like ignoring what i need for someone else. they called themselves family and friends but always they will think about themselves before they think about me. you always try your best to fit in but the fact is you are only the clown to make them laugh and no one truly care about your feeling. and at the end of the day all we really have is ourselves and nothing in this world can make you feel alone more than that.
the urban myth say that suicide rate spike at Holiday. turn out that actually they are go down Experts think it’s because people are less inclined to off themselves when surrounded by family. Ironically, that same family togetherness is thought to be the reason that depression rates actually do spike at the holidays.
here’s an old proverb that says you can’t choose your family. You take what the fates hand you. And like them or not, love them or not, understand them or not, you cope. Then there’s the school of thought that says the family you’re born into is simply a starting point. They feed you, and clothe you, and take care of you until you’re ready to go out into the world and find your tribe.
four hundred years ago another well-known-guy from England have another opinion about being alone. WE WERE NEVER ALONE, well but why i always feel like alone although I’m in a middle of a thousand people?