Solitude and loneliness can cause detrimental effects on physical and mental health. Lonely people go through has emotional turmoil.
Living alone all by oneself, with no one to share and care can make the person plunge into depression. One’s life too is at risk when an emergency occurs. Sense of isolation and hopelessness creeps in mind when one stays alone. Lacking in companionship and a feeling of being ‘left out’ has adverse effect on physical and mental health.
There are a number of ways to get over the feeling of being unloved, abandoned or deserted. You should allow yourself to wallow in self-pity. Do everything to keep yourself busy. Pursue a hobby — be it gardening, reading or writing. It is never late to try anything new. Connect with like-minded people with whom you can share your pent-up feelings. Do some social work and try to bring a little cheer in the lives of less fortunate ones. Remember that by sulking, cribbing, fuming and fretting you are distancing yourself from leading a happy life. Acceptance of the reality will enable you to lead a less worrisome life.