Nobody Wants Me In Their Life
If you’re someone who often thinks
“nobody likes me”
“no one wants me in their life”
“what’s wrong with me?”
It might be time to think less about what others think, and more about how you think.
It’s easier said than done but how you think others feel about you has more to do with your perception of your self, than anything else.
Sometimes this influences how we act, and we end up creating a self-fulfilling prophecy with our chronic negative & destructive thoughts.
The bottom of this posts has more information about the causes of this and some more in depth treatments for feeling like “nobody wants me in their life”.
But first, here are five quick tips to help.
1 | Try Journaling
Some self-esteem journal prompts can help.
This can be a good outlet and sometimes expressing how we feel can help us process it which allows us to become more constructive.
If you still can’t shake the feeling of “nobody wants me in their life“ maybe try something a bit more extensive.
2 | Talk to Someone
Journaling is a good way to start expressing ourselves, but articulating or speaking out loud forces us to use the language area of our brain.
Instead of thoughts spilling everywhere in your head, you’re better able to put them in order.
This helps us push pause on our thoughts that are getting out of hand & start sorting them out.
There are a lot of support groups for self-esteem. If you’re not into groups, maybe talk with family or a trusted friend.
If you’re not comfortable with that, try even just talking with yourself, to a loved one that has passed, or your pet.
Hope Recovery is a non profit organization that offers TONS of free support.
They have individualized therapy and support groups for
- Eating disorders
- Sexual trauma
- Grief and loss
- Self esteem
- Self care
- Men’s support groups
- Substance abuse
They have one on one services and group/workshops. I have joined a few of their PTSD groups. I always felt safe and was surprised by how many like minded people I met.
It was a good atmosphere to normalize feelings we usually keep to ourselves.
Plus, there were constructive ideas shared to tackle them.
3 | Connect With Nature
Try some Ecopsychology.
Ecopsychology is the practice of being in nature to boost growth and healing, especially mental health.
There are quite a few benefits. Ecopsychology improves our happiness, enhances healing & encourages growth
When we are outside we are more likely to feel grounded and calm. A lot of people
talk about the spiritual feeling that the outdoors gives them.
We can gain a sense of security and it can put our overwhelming feelings into perspective.
Some fresh air can do a lot of good for us.
Here are some ideas for each season:
- Ecopsychology in the Winter
- Ecopsychology in the Spring
- Ecopsychology in the Fall
- Ecopsychology in the Summer
4 | Read Motivational Quotes
Quotes can quickly provide free positive energy.
You can gain insight and inspiration from quotes in just a few short words.
“Nobody likes me,” he concluded at the tail end of a ten-minute pity fest. “Can’t imagine why,” Quinn murmured.
“When I say to you, there is nobody like me, and there never was, that is a statement I want every woman to feel and make about themselves.”
“We read to know we’re not alone.”
― William Nicholson
5 | Take A Supplement
Supplements are a relatively easy way to boost your mood.
Vitamin B12 and Folate are common for improving mood and symptoms of depression.
Omega-3 fatty acids are also commonly used for mood support.
There are some personality disorders that have a tendency to have a distorted perception of self, specifically
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Histrionic Personality Disorder
- Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Avoidant Personality Disorder
- Dependent Personality Disorder
An effective form of treatment for the chronic feeling of
“Nobody Wants Me In Their Life”
is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
CBT is a form of psychotherapy that helps a person identify negative thought patterns so they can change them.
I’ll show the CBT model below so you can get the concept.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is going to take a bit longer than the quick five solutions I listed but if you feel this way about yourself often it might be exactly what you need.
I’ve been in CBT for years now and it was the best thing I ever did for myself.
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