Living In Solitude

There is something about living in solitude from time to time that intimidates a majority of people. The idea of being alone with our thoughts and feelings for quite some time can seem forbidding. A lot of us are always aiming to be entertained or distracted by being surrounded by the presence of others. We can’t fathom to face our problems and undesirable feelings directly.

The easiest solution we usually tend to think of is to run away from all of it. We avoid our predicaments by relying on others to make us feel “complete” or we wash our sorrows and worries away in substances such as pills and alcohol. Many times, this then leads to co dependent relationships and continuous addiction. We can only suppress our thoughts and emotions for a brief amount of time. After burying the reality of the circumstances, they are still going to remain. It is inevitable that we are going to be handed hardships during our lives.

If we can learn to accept that pain eventually makes us grow and become wiser, we can realize that it is much more effortless to cope and gain knowledge through enjoying our solitude.

Author: Rose Simplicity

Hello! My name is Victoria Graci, and I have essentially been blessed enough to be able to experience the wonderful and not so wonderful obstacles life has to offer through these years of my existence. I would love to share my personal stories & thoughts with all of you, not so much for myself but for all of the people who have significantly struggled in different aspects of life or who could relate in some way. Although, I hope through those struggles you have learned to overcome the battle and become a stronger person. Therefore, I decided to create this blog page for all who may be able to relate to some of my writing and understand you are never alone. Like the cliche saying, there is simply beauty in the struggle.

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