Dating with lonely indian wife in dk
It’s statistics: with over 7 billion people in the world, you’re going to meet someone you connect with eventually…
and it most likely going to happen sooner than you think.
If that’s happening to you, it’s time to have a chat with your inner chatter.
If you’ve ever walked into a hostel common room or bar or shopping mall and struck up a conversation with a stranger, you’ve already achieved what your brain is telling you that you can’t currently do.
If you’re in so much of a funk that you can’t see straight, try to treat your physical needs anyway – grab a bite, drink a pint of water (or beer), have a nice shower and a lie down. Great – write yourself a note: “I don’t feel lonely, I’m [hungry/tired/etc] and pin it to your forehead for next time. Being alone is a physical thing, but feeling lonely is an emotion that comes from your brain.
Think about that for a minute and then revel in the knowledge that you’re able to change both of these states – the physical and the emotional.
It’s time to step back and have a long, hard, objective stare at the situation.
Feeling down in the dumps is the perfect excuse for a bit of indulgence.
It doesn’t need to cost a lot – a coffee with a view over a stretch of water; a cupcake and a bit of journaling; a long run or bit of yoga – all those activities you’ve been too busy to indulge in while you’ve been on the road, go indulge in them now.
Also, most of us have someone somewhere who loves us.
And, were it not for the thousands of miles we’ve taken ourselves away from them, those people would love to join us for a chat or a hug.