• Just come bang on the door,I'll keep you company
  • Yeah. What he said. I'm surprised you aren't married, or atleast engaged.
  • Being alone at night is tough because you truly are alone and its dark outside. I would say try to go online or call someone and have a conversation. That way you know that you aren't alone even if you physically are.
  • roll an smoke
  • AB more,it will become almost an addiction.. :-D}
  • Find a hobby, volunteer, or make some new friends. Or...find a church that is active and buzzing. Usually you can find good friends there.
  • I used to get really lonely and depressed at night, but my friends helped me by making voice recordings of themselves and putting them on my iPod. now when i'm feeling bad, before i go to sleep i always listen to them telling me that they love me and to stay calm and i'll be alright. see if you're friends will do that for you. it works amazingly well. good luck! :)
  • What you are describing is well known and very common. And it is not actually the problem, but a symptom of it. There's a sort of vacuum within each one of us, a need for God. We don't feel it so much when we're around other people, we have a lot of things going during the day. But at night, when things are quiet, that longing you feel is your soul aching to be comforted by the only one who can fill the void. That's God. He made you. He loves you. He designed you to need Him. Nothing else can satisfy your soul but Him. Sounds great, right? All you need is a right relationship and communion with your Creator. But that's the problem. We can't have that relationship with God if we have sin in our lives. The Bible says that "your iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear"(Isaiah 59:2). Sin is an obstacle so great to that relationship that no man can cross it. All is not lost, however. God did something on His end to deal with sin, and only His solution will work. He became a man, who was called Jesus, to be a sinless sacrifice in place of us. Death is the ultimate loneliness and it entered the world the day that Adam and Eve sinned. There is a death sentence hanging over each one of us, not just to be separated from our bodies, but to be separated forever from our God, unless sin is dealt with now. That's why Christians say he died for them. If you will acknowledge Jesus as your Lord and turn away from your sins, depending only upon Him to save your soul and bring you back to God, the Bible says He will acknowledge you in Heaven. But He also says, "Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If any man (or woman) will open the door, I will come in with him and sup with him." In other words, you receive Jesus as the supreme guest and King forever in your life, and you get the presence of God to be with you always. There are so many incredible promises in the Bible that relate to the question you've asked about loneliness, but they are only for the person who has received Jesus and turned away from the things that hurt his relationship with God. He will change you into a new creature (2nd Corinthians 5:17), and you will no longer want to do the old things you used to do. You don't have to clean yourself up: in fact, that would be counterproductive (Isaiah 64:6). You have to let God clean you up (Psalm 51). You must depend only on Jesus to bring you to God (John 16:46). And you get a forever friend that "sticks closer than a brother"(Proverbs 18:24) and promises to "never leave you nor forsake you"(Hebrews 13:5).
  • Pray, He is ALWAYS there to talk to.

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