Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

Posted by on April 9, 2016 in Alone, Depression, Love, Rejected, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

I am a voracious reader and  my reading list is wide and varied; Psychology, Self-Help, Personal Development, Auto-biographies  are just some of the genres I read.

But  ‘believe it or not’ I am also attracted to Crime novels;  Stephen King,  Jonathan & Kaye  Kellerman, Patricia Cornwall, Kathy Reichs, Ian Rankin, Lynda La Plante, James Patterson, Val McDermid and Dean Koontz, just to name a few, all hold a macabre and chilling fascination for me. I usually go to Charity Shops and buy 10-20 at a time.

Although I hate some of the awful things that take place between the book covers – the killing, the brutality, the sheer animalistic deeds of the murderers, rapists; I am totally fascinated by the psychology behind their actions and the awesome ability of these writers to get deep inside their perpetrators’ minds. When I find a passage I particularly like or one that touches me I write it down. This is a passage from Dean Koontz’s book  ‘Life Expectancy’ ; 

“You know” she said, “parents and children and love come in some strange combinations. I mean your parents can love you and you can know they love you, and you can love them, and still grow up so lonely that you feel hollow”.  Love isn’t enough. Your parents have to know how to relate to you and each other. They have to want to be with you more than with anyone else. They have to love being home more than anywhere else in the world and they have to be more interested in you more…”

This passage moved me deeply because that’s how I and many of my clients used to feel; that terrible feeling of emptiness that haunted everything we did.

So you see even crime writers know about loss and loneliness and heartache. Perhaps they had to suffer themselves in order to so eloquently write what they do?Healing that loneliness by eliminating these beliefs is the best feeling in the world. 

Do you feel ‘alone’,  ‘unloved’ or ‘unlovable’, would you  like to find out how our ‘Emmote’ Process can heal your heart, just head over to our Contacts page to book your FREE ONE HOUR SKYPE session.

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©Annie Moyes –  April 2016 – All rights reserved

 

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