They are not duckweeds. They need "connection" and "belonging." If separation anxiety occurs, it is actually a normal need. To improve separation anxiety, you need to rely on a sense of security built up by stable trust and feedback in long-term relationships. Just relying on interest to divert attention is only temporary and cannot really eliminate loneliness. The sense of security needs to be obtained from the relationship, and the establishment of a relationship must be in the crowd. There are several directions below for your reference:
1. Start with a "non-interested" group: For example, community colleges or hobby clubs, join groups with common goals and cohesion, simply play with each other first, and establish connections through objective activities, without deliberately trying to please. 2. If you are still afraid of contacting people, you can use "good faith" as the object or "keep pets" to find the feeling Illustrator Art Work of being accompanied. 3. Learn "self-care": tell yourself that you are an adult now, you can take care of the unsatisfied "inner child" in the past, and understand that you are "not abandoned", but not noticed and cared, and it is too late to learn to make up for it.
It is especially important to accept emotions, instead of condemning yourself for negative emotions, and understanding that all emotions are meaningful reminders of care. 4. People who already have a partner: It is recommended to "practice direct communication" with your partner, clarifying what you need and what you need to gain peace of mind, and establish a habitual pattern of informing beforehand or explaining afterward, so as to feel trust and respect. 5. Conduct psychological counseling: During psychological counseling, the relationship with a psychologist is also an opportunity to practice. The psychologist will create a safe atmosphere and discuss relationship conflicts/misunderstandings/needs