The Top 5 Reasons Why You Don’t Feel Loved

It is great to feel loved by other people. As human beings, we’re all trying to seek approval and acceptance from the people around us. Most of us yearn for the love of our co-workers, friends, and family members. Some of us even want the love of complete strangers that we encounter as well.

Unfortunately, people’s love usually falls short of meeting our expectations. Think about how many times you have thought to yourself, “I don’t feel loved.” If you go around each day and think this to yourself, then it is easy to develop a negative mindset about other people and the world in general.

The ironic thing is that most people probably do love you to some extent, but you don’t allow yourself to feel their love. If you want to change this, then you must change your cynical and pessimistic behavior.

Below are the top 5 reasons why you likely don’t feel loved.

1) You Keep Yourself Isolated

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Are you an introverted person? Do you work a job where you’re alone for most of the day? If you answered “yes” to either question, then you probably don’t feel loved because there is no one around to love you.

It is easy to stay socially isolated, and it is very difficult to get out of it. But you will never feel loved without people around to love you. To resolve this issue, make it a habit of being around other people as often as possible.

Do anything you can to make this happen, even if it means changing your job, moving to a city, or going to more parties and social events.

2) You Don’t Love Yourself

Perhaps you don’t feel loved because you don’t love yourself. Adults often teach children to think less of themselves because too much self-love is a sign of arrogance.

But there is a certain level of self-love that we must all have for ourselves. If you don’t realize how wonderful and amazing you are, then you will never feel worthy of receiving love from anyone else.

Therefore, you must recondition yourself away from the traditional way of thinking and start developing a stronger love for your own self-worth. Then you can appreciate and feel the love that you receive from other people.

3) You Don’t Trust Other People

You don't Trust peoples

In today’s world, people are so distrustful of everyone else. Between the politicians who constantly lie to us and the people in our lives who’ve deceived us, we no longer value people’s opinions of us. Even if someone is giving you a compliment, you might reject that compliment and assume they’re just being nice.

How can you ever feel love if you don’t trust what other people are saying to you? Try to understand that people are all different. While some of them might lie to you, others will not. You should learn to judge everyone individually and only listen to the words which you know are true. Reject anything that comes from the mouths of naysayers.

4) You’re Too Busy to Notice the Love

Sometimes we get so busy in our lives that we don’t even have time to notice the love that is around us. Our minds get so wrapped up in our day-to-day tasks that we’ll mentally ignore the blessings and wonderful people who bring us tremendous amounts of love.

Take some time each day to focus on the good people you have in your life and what they mean to you. If you do this, then you may realize that you’re more loved than you think.

5) You’ve Had Bad Experiences with People

There may be people in your life who love you but have also hurt you in the past. This happens a lot with children and their parents. For example, if a parent abuses a child and then tries to make amends with them later, that child may never trust that parent ever again.

As a result, the child will never accept love from that parent again.

If you find yourself holding grudges against a lot of people in your life, then try to practice forgiveness. You may find that if you can become a more forgiving person, then you’ll bring a lot more love into your life. Everyone makes mistakes and if they’re willing to make things right, then you should too.

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