Productive loneliness

Discussion in 'Loneliness' started by pornlessgeneral, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. pornlessgeneral

    pornlessgeneral Fapstronaut

    Although I am lonely with very few friends that I don't see regularly , my loneliness is productive. I don't really see it as something too bad. I always do some productive and I improve myself daily. Spirituality, philosophy and other things I study daily and they give beauty to my life and help me cope with life.

    I used to have no friends in the past and suffer from social anxiety. Now, my social anxiety has decreased a lot.

    I am also on my 52 th day without pornography. I also quit smoking 3 months ago...

    The thing is: I look forward to make more friends. The problem is that I find difficult to talk with most people because I don't find any common ground for any topic.

    People seem so shallow to me. As I've never been to any party, I don't even know what they talk about at parties. This is my biggest concern. I don't know what I should talk to another person apart from trivial matters...

    And I still don't understand what do people talk to each other. Everything seems so shallow.

    On a more positive note, I feel more happy now that I quit pornography for good and never relapsed.
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  2. I believe it is easier to just try to follow the topic the person brings up, and don't obsess over it because people talk about a lot of meaningless/trivial things, it takes time to build up a meaningful conversation. Try above all to have fun.
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