Alone vs. Lonely
According to the best selling author of Buddhist Boot Camp, Timber Hawkeye, being lonely is different than being alone.
Being lonely is usually a result of holding back our own feelings and thoughts inside while assuming that no one else in this world understand what we are going through. This usually does not have anything to do with being alone or being with a group of people.
In order to combat loneliness, we must embrace vulnerability and see it as our greatest strength instead of a weakness.
Watch the video below to understand more about loneliness and being alone and how to be more mindful.