You find yourself spending increasingly more time alone and avoiding social gatherings or activities you once enjoyed.
You realize you have fewer close friends or confidants to share personal experiences or thoughts with.
Persistent feelings of emptiness, sadness, or a sense of disconnection from others become more prevalent.
You struggle to engage in conversations or maintain relationships due to a lack of social interaction.
You actively avoid social situations or events, preferring to stay home or isolate yourself rather than engage with others.
You might experience physical symptoms like fatigue, changes in appetite, or disrupted sleep patterns due to feelings of loneliness.
You increasingly rely on activities like excessive TV watching, gaming, or substance use as a way to cope with feelings of isolation.
You have negative thoughts about yourself, feeling unworthy of social connections or friendships.