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“You Have to Be Okay Being Alone” is Bad Advice

Loneliness can really kill people

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Have you ever heard people saying, “you have to be okay being alone,” indirectly implying that you might not be okay being alone?

I’ve heard those words a lot recently. But what most people don’t know is that I spent my whole life being alone.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Hakima T A N T R I K A

Hakima T A N T R I K A

Intimacy, Love, & Relationship Coach, Writer, Educator ❤ Tantra Teacher | Mental Health Advocate |

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