Season 2/Episode 38: When You’re Surrounded by People, but Still Feel Lonely
In All Seriousness
We Need Each Other
In this week’s podcast episode, Tony and Jill discussed the horrible feeling of loneliness and how to break through it.
Jill admitted that she likes being by herself, but she still encouraged listeners to understand that humans were not meant to be alone all of the time.
Tony told listeners that they have a responsibility to have people in their life.
Do you agree? Let us know in the comments section.
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2 comments on “Season 2/Episode 38: When You’re Surrounded by People, but Still Feel Lonely”
Being a Sagittarius as well, I am particularly interested in your comments about “us.” I googled Sag, and I think what I found validates your assessments:
Sags crave their alone time. Being around people all day can be utterly exhausting. We get it. This makes some people believe that Sagittarius is more of a loner sign. It doesn’t help that the second they meet someone, they already know whether or not they want to be friends with them. They’re not unfriendly, they just know who’s worth their time and who isn’t.
It’s true, Sags love their space, but they’re anything but cold. Those closest to a Sagittarius are loved, and they would literally do anything for them; they just have a funny way of showing it since they’re not great at expressing their feelings. Their kind and caring nature doesn’t surface all that often, but they really do adore their friends and family to no end.
I found this interesting because I both love my alone-time and my time with people, well . . . my preferred people, that is. Like Jill I have trouble with my enemies, and like you both I don’t believe in “frienenemies.” In regard to loving our enemies, I’m with Jill—not there yet, but I like to think I’m working on it.
As Tony says, we must take responsibility for our loneliness, and as Jill says, we’re not meant to go through life alone. I firmly believe this, and God help the person who is not able to reach out.
I prefer to post my comments in writing because I like to have a chance to think about what I say. Maybe someday we can examine what that says about me. Hahaha. I think I told you last week, I’m all for the zoom call.
Hello, Fellow Sag. We loved that you googled our usual traits. Yes, yes, and yes to all your findings.
Jill is also with you on the preference to write comments. We love hearing from you, so keep posting. ❤️