Have you ever Felt so Lonely even in the Crowd?

August 30, 2009 9:59pm CST
I don't know but sometimes when I am in the crowd, I felt lonely. A kind of loneliness that I can't figure out. I just want to go out from there and left alone. For example, right now when I am in the office, I felt so lonely and don't want to talk. Is it the symptoms of tiredness or boredom? Have you ever had this kind of feeling?
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@webearn99 (1743)
• India
31 Aug 09
I am not a verbal communicator. Conversation is a burden to me. So if I go to any social function I cannot go beyond the usual pleasantries. It is not a case of boredom or tiredness but that of not fitting in. Most of my acquaintances know this and they see to it that I am comfortable and let me be. I usually participate in by helping out. That way my hosts and I are happy.
@lelin1123 (15639)
• Puerto Rico
31 Aug 09
Sure you can feel lonely anywhere. You can be with a crowd of people and feel lonely. I live with 3 other people and I feel lonely most of the time. I don't have the interaction that I would like to have one on one. My boyfriend is living in Puerto Rico and all we do is talk on the phone. So yes I can be lonely in a crowd and loney with a few people around. When you feel lonely its a combination of being tired and bored. Wishing to have fun sharing a good time with someone.
@advokatku (4036)
• Indonesia
31 Aug 09
I often felt alone in a crowd. These feelings usually arise when from beginning I feel tiredness or boredom
@ucue2008 (926)
• Malaysia
31 Aug 09
I do. I also don't know why. In that situation I'll be hoping to get out from that place as soon as possible and unable to make connection with people around me. I think because I'm a lonely person, I like to be with my own. It can also because crowd is not something I'm looking forward to and wonder what good it bring to me while at the same time I felt really bored.
@vkg2009 (33)
• India
31 Aug 09
Thanks and with the subject regarding view are : Unfortunately , life is about change and moving on , that can't be stopped . Focus on meeting new friends who will appreciate you more than the last ones did . Use the time to study a lot , may be get out and find a fun hobby to do . I like the saying " out with the old and in with the new " . Who knows , may be this new place you're moving to will be the best place you've ever been . And , yes , I've felt that way a lot ! I'd be in a room full of friends and feel completely and totally alone . Trust me though , this doesn't last . And if it does , may be depression is something that will need to be addressed .