Part of the human experience involves suffering. This happening is difficult but necessary for this occurrence manifests growth. It is part of life, life as a series of recoveries is the human experience; we’re all scholars on individual paths but learning together and from one another. Although you are a student in this great university, your existence overlaps with the imprints of those who have been here before you and with physical encounters of people whom you interface with daily.
Suffering may be part of life, but silent suffering is self-sabotage. The burden of this quarantine is toxic. It will eat away at your wellbeing leaving you helpless to the overwhelming darkness.
I once read that a problem shared is a problem halved. Relationships are a common ground. Founded through love, these encounters support this reality of the living. They offset the suffering of mankind. Individual as you are, you need others in your life in order to fully embrace all that is you; to help you carry the weight.
WikiHow.com offers steps to end this silent suffering. It involves replacing negative thoughts with positive thinking, journaling and other positive outlets, leaning on your faith and sharing your experiences with others. You are not meant to spend your life alone! Value your me time but balance this with healthy relationships!
If you are in pain, open this wound in fellowship in order to heal your sorrow. Going it alone might suffice initially but in the long haul a friend to lean on is truly invaluable. Reach out and create alliances; give support and accept this reinforcement back. This eases the sorrow and heightens the highs.
Learn to share your love and accept the love, my friend, it is the only what to live!