Like I said in the last issue
, I was hospitalized recently because of dengue fever. The idle time in the hospital allowed me to reflect on a few things and arrive at a few conclusions.
In addition to that, of late, I have been socializing more than I have at any point in my life, and I love it. Time spent with friends also helped me gain insights on quite a lot of things that concern 20-year-olds. I want to share those with you today.
While at the hospital, the first thing that I thought about was how lonely I felt. I think that was an obvious thing to think, given that my family and friends were not around me. One thing led to another, and I tumbled down the overthinking path.
Of course, all of that went away once I got back to the campus and started socializing with my friends. Talking to mom and my sister also helped calm me, and it alleviated my overall well-being. I think talking to others helps and we should express our feelings.
Credits for the last tip go to two friends in my study group (IIMA allots study groups to promote discussion). According to them, instead of bundling up your feelings, you should express your feelings. I personally do not subscribe to that philosophy, but I am keen to try it.
In summary, the key to stopping feeling is to reach out to people. It can be as simple as calling your mom and discussing daily happenings. If you are one of the lucky ones with a partner, you can call them and say how much they mean to you. Or, if you are like me, you can knock on a friend’s door and crack jokes and make them and yourself laugh.
I hope you have a great week. I hope that you are in good health and will achieve all that you ever dreamed of. Take care. See you around!
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