Have you ever find it such an annoyance whenever you forget things at the most crucial times?
For example, realizing that you've left your wallet in the car as you're about to pay for the scrumptious meal you had with your date at the finest fine-dining restaurant in a 5-star hotel and it happened to be that she is going through PMS too. To make matters worst, your car is parked about 5-6 minutes away. Like, right at that moment, you felt your heart stopped beating. You tried to act as if everything is cool even though deep inside you're panicking. Your mind starts to play all the possible frightening scenes of how your date will react to your forgetfulness...(Mampuslah.....Die lah...Hong Kan liao....)
Or.......you forget that today is your Gf's birthday?
Yup, that feeling sure sucks, and I've "Been there done that."
That is why in this article, I've done some digging on a few websites that talk about neuroscience to understand more about one of the ultimate weaknesses humans have ever been afflicted with: Forgetfulness.
No one would ever say that throughout their lives, there wasn't any point of time when they feel like out of place like their presence wasn't needed or worst; they are outcasted and rejected.
Whether we are at our workplace or with friends or family, feeling like a "Lamppost" or a defective product may happen. It doesn't only occur to single parents, the elderly, or someone who is purely an introvert.
Loneliness has nothing to do with being alone. It is the feeling of not able to connect with anyone at all, and that feeling is horribly painful to live with - it can even cause death (talk about being bored to death!).
Below, I'll share how we can deal with this situation (also known as Social Isolation) in the best way possible.
Also, read until the end to find out how you can start being a part of a growing social development organisation that aims to help people from our community with regards to their physical, emotional, and social well-being. Basically, we help transform and improve people's lives.
Zaid Omar is the founder and writer of this blog.. He is someone who values being the best version of himself with regards to his Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Spiritual aspects.