How To Deal With Loneliness?
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Relationships are sacred. They are sacred because only through relationship can we define 'who we are?' Are you good, bad, loving, caring, angry, envious, or depressed? None of these is possible if nothing (person or things) exist but you. Your behavior while relating with the other or how you deal with the other defines you. And you are defining yourself every moment, either consciously or unconsciously. Those who want to improve themselves, define 'who they are?' consciously. When you define yourself consciously you do not react but respond to events around you.
Human psychology is complex and no two persons behave the same. Even twins have differences in their behavior although to a large extent most of them behave alike.
When your behavior or that of another person is in some way considered socially inappropriate or does not serve you or anyone or anything else, you may wish to "deal with" such behavior. Even if you choose to ignore the behavior, if that somehow serves you or the other, that too is a kind of "dealing with."
In this series of open-ended questions posted regularly your opinion will be sought on how you would deal with a behavior pattern that is generally considered socially inappropriate or does not serve anyone or anything.
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