Anxiety, Being Alone and the “Neediness” For Love: (Part One)


This blog post is about you.

Yes, you.

You need everyone to love you, your work, your looks, etc. It’s about you, needing others to constantly reassure you on your capabilities, your beauty and your worth, etc.

This blog post is about HOW to break from this, how to cope and how to make the positive changes that you need in your life.

I have a question for you: Do you love yourself? If not, why? Think about that one, don’t rush it.

When you look around at your world and the things and the people in it – what do you see? Are you happy with it, or content at least? If not, why not?

Lastly – why do you feel lonely? Are you really alone? Why do you need others to bring you contentment and happiness? Does the company of others soothe your void, or does the constant need of attention and validation add to your wounds?

I know I am asking a lot of triggering questions, and I sincerely apologize for that.

But, maybe no one has ever asked you these questions. I figure I might as well be the one to start.

This blog post today is really about getting you to think on why you are dealing with these hang ups, and about strategizing on how to grow beyond them all. You CAN. You can do it – believe it, forreal.

In part two of this blog post, we will discuss 10 ways that you can and WILL grow beyond neediness and constant loneliness, towards true inner happiness, inner peace and contentment with self. I want you to know what these things really feel like inside.

You deserve it. Stay tuned.

Until next time. 


R.K.B. is an award winning self-published Author, Poet and Entrepreneur from Detroit, Michigan.

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  1. True happiness is said to be an internal way of being, feeling and living. We must accept all of ourselves, flaws and strengths.

    Man, that is incredibly hard to do.

    Our “Ego” never feels equal to another, so we are constantly looking for approval.

    Really tough to,let go of the need for approval, status, security and power.

    I struggle with the daily battle to let go and just be here.

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  2. In one sense, yes, you are alone. When we die, we die alone. And when we have problems, we have them alone. In a sense. But we’re not alone. There are those who understand us, have the same hopes and dreams, and can share their understandings. Also, you did not create yourself. You were created. There is a purpose for you. And you are never really alone.

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