Aloneness comes from isolation. If you eliminate isolation, necessarily, you cease to be alone. Loneliness, however, is a feeling, and not always a logical response to your circumstances. Loneliness is an easy trap to fall in, even when your life is full of social engagements.
Whether you are dealing with the objective circumstance of being alone or the subjective feeling of loneliness, differentiating between the two allows you to address the issue proactively. Here are five activities that'll help you avoid isolation and simultaneously dampen any feelings of loneliness through meaningful connection with others.