15 Important Lessons I Learnt From Cutting Myself Off From The World

Number 8 is sure the priority


Cutting yourself off from people in your life and doing things alone might work or might not work for you. But it doesn’t work 80% of time from my experience. You have to associate yourself with people, share some idea and work things out together.

My important lessons learned are listed below:

1. Staying inside my comfort zone always is easier. It is more comfortable. But it is not that fulfilling.

2. I can’t just wait around for someone to knock on my door or send an SMS. I am able to send my own SMS immediately. I am able to walk out my own door. Happiness is never going to be handed to me. I have to reach out there and grab it.

3. Doing the same thing every blessed day gets boring. It keeps me just stationary. Change might be scary — but in order to move forward in life, I need to take more of the risks. I just need to put myself out there.

4. My friends are not obligated to stick with me through my moody time. I can’t blame them for always walking away when I did everything within my power to push them away just by myself.


5. There is a clear difference between living out a fulfilling life and just simply existing. To survive shouldn’t be my only target for the week. There should be more to my life. More excitement, More passion and above all, More involvement.

6. Always watching the TV and scrolling through all my social media accounts might distract me from the pain for a little while — but definitely not for long.

7. Loneliness is sure one of the worst feelings throughout the world. It sometimes might even be worse than the awkwardness and embarrassment of just leaving the house and interacting with other people out there.

8. My mental health is my number one priority. I must start treating it like one.

9. Even the nicest people out there are capable of hurting me anytime, either intentionally or accidentally. But that should never stop me from forming deep connections with them. That should not encourage me to cut myself off from the whole world.

10. The small voice inside the back of my head is sure a bigger bully than anyone else. If I can deal with the nasty things my insecurities tell me about, I can always deal with anything else this world or anyone throws at me.

11. All days blends together when my routine never changes for once. The hours usually drags. It feels always like time is just moving forward without anything getting done. To be honest, that is not the way I want to live my life.

12. Nobody can save me. Not even a concerned friend or family member or a significant other. I have to always want to get better. I always have to want to put energy into making a better life for myself.

13. Even though I always consider myself a loner, even though I avoid all social situations at all costs, I need at least a minimal social interaction. I need other people around me. I need to feel a little less alone. Which will probably help me.

14. Even though my anxiety warns me all the time that no one is ever going to love me and no one wants me around, I have a worth. I am an important being. My voice deserves to be heard everywhere. I deserve to have more friends. At least, i deserve to be loved.

15. Locking myself far away is not going to and will solve my problems. I need to seek some help from a professional in order to always getting better. I need to speak out my feelings and work through them. I Just need to make an effort.

These are my personal opinion and i think if you could overcome all these, you are on your way to become more inspired into your breakthrough.


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