You'll also feel sleepy & tired all the time.
Remember, humans are social creatures to the core.
Make it a priority to have atleast 1-3 social interactions a day.
But it's best to learn it one way or another.
The initial tweet ties into a major social dynamics fundamental.
-Humans are creatures of energy.
Because I was taking 21 credits & it was my final year before graduating the college of engineering.
Didn't want any distractions.
'Were you able to do well in classes?'
But that came with a price.
That this was not healthy.
When you completely rob yourself of that, your mind begins to suffer.
Do you think our ancestors had members that were chilling by themselves in a cave all the time?
'Because they knew we needed each other for survival.'
Why meet real people when you can meet them on your screen?
Because humans are creatures of energy.
When you keep yourself cooped up in the house, you disconnect your energy from the world.
By doing this, your mind starts getting all wacky.
'Ya, that is pretty weird.'
That's because many of us let the resources control us, rather than the other way around.
Lack of sun
Lack of social skills
Humans begin to scare you
You ask why no one cares about you
You hate life etc.
Don't let it take you a year as I did in college to get this wake-up call.
'Gee whiz! So how do I fix my ways?'
Thru 2 things.
'What if I have no friends?'
Go on Google, type in local club activities & go there to make some friends.
Get creative & be more proactive.
This is impactful because you connect back with mother nature.
You balance your energy levels.
Staying in your house depletes your energy level.
The older you get, the more active you have to be with your social life.
Feeling joy leads to clarity.
And clarity allows you to tackle life with purpose.
And if that's the problem, then fix it.
You'll be nervous at first to get back out there.
Start off light & work your way up.
You'll build social comfort over time.
Find ways to exit your house & force yourself to be social until you can do it on autopilot.
You will not regret your decision.
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