I think we all have a hard time making the right decisions, when our decisions are based on feelings of being loved, not of being wanted.
We might be the most romantic people on the planet, but we tend to make bad decisions because we’re often in love with a guy.
We may not be the smartest, but our brains are wired to think in those terms.
If you’re a lonely person, you may have to take the emotional toll of loneliness, because your brain is more likely to focus on other things than you.
For example, we tend not to look for companionship because we know it’s going to hurt us and we’re not thinking about it.
We can’t think of other people we want to spend time with as more of a priority than we are ourselves.
But the opposite is also true.
We often choose companionship based on our feelings of happiness and security, which are the things that really matter to us.
When we feel like we’re being loved and being accepted by others, we’re more likely than others to have a more open mind.
When we feel that someone else loves us, we feel less likely to hide our feelings or make a bad choice about our relationship.
We’re more willing to listen to others, which helps us feel more secure in our relationships.
And we’re less likely than people who are lonely to feel ashamed or anxious about being alone.
This is why loneliness is often a sign of health, but sometimes a sign that something’s wrong.