4 Ways Traveling Can Help Heal the Lonesome Feeling In You

4 Ways Traveling Can Help Heal the Lonesome Feeling In You

Do you sometimes feel sad and alone? Because of problems, worries, anxieties, people’s opinions and other things that trouble you?

There are times when you might feel like you have no one to talk to and nowhere to go to. Your thoughts of being alone bother you so much that you become gloomy and unproductive. Sometimes, you get sad without a clear reason but many things give you a heavy heart, and you think there’s no one you can count on and nothing you can do.

When such times come to you, keep in mind that you need to breathe and to take a pause from things that stress you out and make you feel down. Really, you need that. There’s a need for unwinding, loosening up and caring not about thoughts that worry you. To do that, some people eat a lot, sleep a lot and/or spend a lot of time shopping, playing games and watching movies to distract them from their lonesome feeling.

Many ways are there to make you forget the sadness you have for whatever reason and to eventually make you happy again. One of the most special of them is TRAVELING. That’s right, going to far places locally and even abroad is! You might think that it could be a bit costly, but surely, it can result wonderfully in relieving any sadness within you.

Below are 4 ways traveling can make you happy when you’re lonely:


There are times when the comfort zone becomes a sad place to be in for there is little or no progress that happens. It’s because it doesn’t let you explore and discover more beyond its boundaries. The opportunities and the people you’re supposed to learn from remain outside the area you love being in.

When you travel, you go out of your house bringing only the necessary things. You leave your comfort zone, and let yourself experience fresh things and meet fresh faces. It’s true that no man is an island, and a part of the beauty if traveling is that it lets you encounter new people.

Even inside the airplane, in the hotel, in the ship, in the bus, in a restaurant, while falling in line, you can unexpectedly meet kind souls. You can even meet new great friends, even those you can keep for a lifetime.

People you meet and become good friends with, they can make you feel more appreciated and happy. You can learn a lot from them about the places especially if they’re locals. The time you get to spend with people who are “strangers” can become a meaningful part of your travel and of your life.


The thought of doing things alone might be sad for you, but realize that it’s not. If you travel alone, ride the plane with people you don’t know, stay in the hotel alone, find your destinations alone, eventually, you’ll forget the sad feeling of feeling alone and see that there is actually something good in it.