It’s possible to be surrounded by people and still feel alone. It’s the connections we make with other people that help enrich our lives and get us through tough times, but sometimes it’s hard to know how to make those connections.
Check out this worksheet from Mental Health America: Stopping Stupid Thoughts. Try this five step exercise to help you identify the negative things you say to yourself and choose nicer thoughts to replace them. Writing out your thoughts will help you to process and reinforce the thought change in a different way.