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That intense feeling of aloneness, that the problem affected me and only me and that it resided in my body, literally on my person, was really startling and stuck in my mind for a while after the possibility of pregnancy was a material concern.
While a person may continue to function fairly normally, "ravaging aloneness, loneliness, and panic often accompanies a soul loss," Kolker says.
Clearly, I was becoming more and more alone in my aloneness.
He has had poetry published in journals and online, with much of his subject matter dealing with the quotidian aspect of everyday life such as aloneness, satire, aging, self-reflection, and dogs (not necessarily in that order).
How might aloneness differ from loneliness, which can be experienced even in the company of others, for example in the peopled urban landscape experienced by relocated rural dwellers?
I enjoyed a few rare moments of aloneness after many civilized sit-downs with her, so one couldn't begrudge her moving on.
These kind of actions can result in the "helper's high" and foster friendships, countering a feeling of aloneness.
Stir and flip for 2 to 4 minutes, until desired aloneness is achieved.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's chief foreign policy adviser, Ibrahim Kalin, recently tweeted that this isolation is a "precious aloneness," a result of Turkey's moral stance.
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To counteract the aloneness, reach out to others for a vital break; when you resume work afterward, you're likely to return to high productivity.