Thankfully no, but I have felt that alone in prior times of my life - even when it wasn't actually true. I am sorry you are feeling so alone and cut off from support. I hope you can find some here.
I have 2 kids and now live out of the UK and in the Netherlands. I had no friends or family here. The only friend I made my ex told me he doesn't want her over anymore because he said she was using me.
I find going for a walk every day helps. You get to see people and not be stuck in the house all the time by yourself!
I know how you feel. Sometimes when life gets hard and you need someone to be there for you, it really hurts when you don't have the support system you need. I recently cut a lot of people out of my life who I thought were my friends. But they ended up not being the people I thought they were, and I realized that they didn't really care about me. It really hurt and it caused me to not trust anyone.
I now have a little boy on the way, and I just keep my distance from people and just focus on what is best for me and my son. Sure, it gets lonely sometimes but I have my family and I have learned a lot about myself. I learned that you can't control what others do, you can only control what you do.
I don't know if this helps or not, but I hope it did. It is never a good feeling to have when you feel like no one is there for you. But you aren't alone. I will pray for you! :)
Yes, usually when you become single most of your friends dissapear!
Quoting loneventure23:Ever since I was little, I've always wanted to be a mother. When I found out I was pregnant, my boyfriend of 6 months broke up with me and said, "People stop dating all the time.". I almost had an abortion. I didn't want another child to have to grow up in this world without everything it deserves. A lot of people said they would be there to help in any way.. Throughout the pregnancy, they all disappeared. Stopped answering my calls, stopped responding to any texts. When I needed someone just to talk to the most, no one was there. When my daughter came, I almost died. Then all of a sudden they all came back, but only to see a baby. Many offered help. No one followed through. I have no one but my daughter and once a week my mom calls from out of state. This is the hardest, loneliest time me of my life.
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