Having Companionship Emotionally Balanced
Companionship Emotionally Balanced: It is easy to feel superfluous and unwanted. This applies to whatever age you are, whether you are a broken-hearted 20-year-old, a redundant 40-year-old, or a divorced 50-year-old. The need for companionship is very human, very normal, and very necessary. Having companionship gives us emotional balance and lets us enjoy life. Many people who want to be in a relationship stop trying to find a companion and lull themselves into a life of quiet desperation and loneliness. It can only happen if you don’t give up and you continue to look for new and different ways to help you through the process of making your life more enjoyable.
I have a defined idea about what a real friend is “supposed to be”. Unfortunately, true friends are hard to find, acquaintances are a dime a dozen. There’s a lot to say in regards to companionship and intimacy that you can only get with a significant other. I could understand how someone would prefer being alone much of the time to being with other people, but I don’t believe anyone wants to be lonely.
The basic relationship needs are all things that we cannot provide ourselves, and we rely on others to help provide them for us. The results of these needs not being met are different depending on the individual on where he or she is in life. Most people can manage some periods of time without companionship being adequately met. But, it is important for our overall health that it is attended to; particularly when the desire for companionship becomes more pertinent.
Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.”
Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up! Again, if two lie together, they keep warm, but how can one keep warm alone? And though a man might prevail against one who is alone, two will withstand him—a threefold cord is not quickly broken.