Feeling lonely…

Loneliness. I’ve felt it too.

But I’ve realized over the years that there are ways to break free of this and feel empowered and connected again.

If you’re not sure where to turn right now, make sure you watch this message…

►► Don’t go it alone. Let’s take this life-changing journey together…MatthewHusseyRetreat.com

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  1. Barb says:

    What you say is about having impact/effect on the world is so true. Personally I feel that part of the problem is that we have become an “instant gratification” society. With the new technology (internet, cell phones, etc.) we seem to have forgotten that some things take time and consistent effort to be rewarded. I am NOT saying that technology is bad or destructive-I absolutely love the wide access to people, information, knowledge, and entertainment that technology now affords us and would hate to be without it, but I think it is important for all of us to acknowlege and accept that the ability to delay gratification (without giving up) is as important a thing to learn as it ever was-if not more so. One thing that helps me is to realize that it is human nature to truly value those things that are not easily gained. Another is a concept I often heard from my father and Figure Skating coach…it is really about enjoying the process. I feel the latter is something you imply in your videos about creating a life of your own that others would like to be a part of. Which is done via learning to enjoy the process and tolerating delayed gratification.

  2. Randy Beaton says:

    Matt,
    Amazing … Your words and philosophy resonate LOUDLY. Thank you.
    Randy

  3. Tania says:

    Thanks. The idea of worthlessness and not being enough has a big impact. I feel lonely in the weeks my partner has his kids and I’ve made the mistake of centering my life around the weeks when he’s with me and I feel really empty, alone and lost when he’s with them.

  4. Karina says:

    Hey Matt,
    You always motivate me!!
    Thank you for being one of the better guys in the world…

    Much love,
    xxx

  5. Marianne says:

    Wow, this one touched my heart deeply, so much recognition…had to cry the first minutes. your kind words are so helpful, bless you. I follow your blogs on and off for years now and realize that you are a supportive friend in my life :-)

  6. Safaa says:

    Hi Matthew.This is again one of your great videos. It made me think a lot that you become a friend to me and I always like to follow your advices and watch your videos.I am glad that passing a bad moments in my life before helped me to know a good friend like you. Wish you a wounderfull day similar to the one you gave me today.

  7. Larissa says:

    Hi Mathew, I know some time you are here in Miami give a speech, lecture, lov to attend , I am in a mess selling home cituation and can’t attent retrits … could some one let me know when is your next precentation here in my home town Miami? !!

    • Mars says:

      Hi Larissa! Please subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media to find out about upcoming events. Good luck with the house sale! ;) – Mars

  8. Jessica says:

    You are a blessing to my “cerebral starvation”
    Thank you :)

  9. zubia says:

    Matthew bless you. your message is really helpful

  10. nathalie van de velde says:

    thank you i cried with this video, you do great work
    thank you for the gift of feeling we matters

  11. Joyce Anne says:

    I knew this video would tear me up! Gosh, Matt, I don’t even know where to begin to describe how I felt while watching this video. This has tremendously made an impact on me in a way that speaks volumes about the real objective of your program as a whole. Thank you. I’ve always found inspiration in all your videos, but this one in particular has touched my heart so deeply. Keep doing what you do best. It matters. We all do.

  12. camden says:

    This was so powerful. Of everything you’ve done, this is what would make me sign up for one of your retreats. Considering. Thank you for all you do, you have truly helped me in so many ways.

  13. Mais says:

    Mathew Hussey I live in Dubai …and this amazing place is full of lonely souls ..I thought of you start meeting people here ..

    You are an inspiration
    Thanks

  14. Tory says:

    Oh, Matthew. You have no idea. You just have no idea. Thanks for the video.

  15. Amber Rasmussen says:

    Thank you for sharing yourself.

  16. Artemis says:

    Long distance friend has been trying to send you a packet for more than 6 months and your team doesn’t want to receive it…

  17. Jenni says:

    I just watched your video and I love them all by the way but I have a question not sure if you already have a video on this answer or not but is it normal that when you are lonely and sad that you get mean and angry at the world even tho your not really a mean person

  18. Steve Bohannan says:

    Matt,
    Thank you for who are are to people who are feeling lonely! You, truly care, understand, console, and get to the heart of what may be troubling us. Please keep these videos coming!

  19. Belen says:

    Thanks for bringing a positive approach to solitude as a tool to know more of us , then have more clarity on relations to come, and improve our sense of worth emerging from us, not from others valuation, your contents are phenomenal and bring value to us,

  20. Marsha says:

    Thank you!

  21. Agge says:

    Thank you for creating this topic…I found it really helpful indeed…

  22. Frances says:

    Thank you for sharing Matt. Each time I receive email I always feel a good energy your videos always amaze me. Thanks again for all you do.God bless vbrinhappinespirits up. Just want to say thank you

  23. Lisa says:

    Matthew, I just sold a business this year where, for four years I had watched people at end of life and saw if they were happy or in some other state. I saw that 20% of your happiness has to do with your community; 80% has to do with your attitude, and gratefulness, the joy that emanates from you when you wake each morning. It was a huge life lesson, and I wake grateful and blessed every day because – well, I am – and because I’ve seen the potential for a happy life.
    Thank you so much, Matthew. You have a very important calling. Love, Lisa in California

  24. sheenamarie says:

    Dearest Matthew,
    Thank you for your loneliness video and message. It touched my heart. I will practice your?advise. It makes so much sense.

    Looking forward to hearing more from you.

    Sheenamarie

  25. Human says:

    even when I’m surrounded with people , I feel like I’m stuck in isolated island , even if I scream no one can hear me or help me

  26. Mary McCourt says:

    One of the most important videos I’ve seen on here & have been following Matt Hussey for a few years. Been like that for years, myself. I like this approach. Addressing the reasons far more helpful and reassuring than someone saying (like they do, very often!), you just need to go out & meet more people.

    I also think the exercise of connecting, or trying to connect with others is an important factor in all of this. I agree about the feeling of self worth as well mentioned in the video. Very good video. :) x

  27. Laura says:

    Thank you! It was a great message !

  28. Astra says:

    Love the video Matthew! Thanks for sharing…The idea of wanting to belong and that you do matter is somethiing that resonates with me. I have felt those feelings of loneliness also and the urge to feel connected to people and the world and meeting kindred spirits, friends who are similar to you and make you feel that you are not the only one in the world who thinks the way you do.

    Thank you so much for sharing.

    Wishing you all blessings…
    May you always be happy and blessed!
    Faraway friend…

  29. Alice van boekel says:

    Thank you

    Greetings Alice

  30. Janna says:

    I just want to thank you for this message! Made me cry but it was a good cry. Again, thank you my far away friend!

  31. Sasha says:

    Hi Matthew,
    Great thanks for making me attractive! Yesterday I was in plane and the guy next to me started to clean the window (later he said it was because of me so that I can see the clouds better!!! It’s very weird no one does that isn’t it?!) and started talking to me and asking a few questions! I wan’t interested in him and didn’t really enjoy talking to him(as a potential!), I was afraid if he would exchange numbers and I get in trouble at the end so I continued reading my notes and when he suggested that I read them later I disagreed and told I want to finish them before we land! I feel a bit impolite I preferred some unneccessary notes than a human? I didn’t want to be proud or cold or inflexible but at the same time didn’t want to let him get closer, what should I do in such cases? Would you please explain? Thank you XOXO

  32. Cherie Giambalvo says:

    Is it better to be alone and lonely or to compromise in your wants?

  33. Sofia says:

    Thank you, long distance friend! I watched this video over and over again. It just came when I really needed it. Thank you so much..

  34. Lora says:

    Wow! I felt the love you have for all of your peeps big time!

  35. Steven says:

    Hey I know your message is oriented towards women but I can’t help but reply, I got out of a 5 year relationship awhile ago, a women I have been talking to “that doesn’t want to label anything” for over a month, it started out sexual talking but I got to now her and told her I didn’t just want her body but her mind. We had sex several times, but then she needed her space an said she was no where near ready to be talking to be talking to anyone, so I gave her her space. A week or so goes by an she’s back to flirting with me in person an via text. Knowing her an how she is i think she may like me, but isn’t ready and understand why but what am I supposed to do? Just sit around and wait

  36. Yeggy says:

    Dear Matthew,
    A year ago i met a guy and we went out 3 times he was so involve and wanted me so bad that time i was not sure, i pushed him away. We accidentally met on line again we communicated for a 9 months by email and text he was very romantic and made me fallen in love of his mind and his writing he asked me to meet i was not sure because there was small problem he married a woman for two years and she divorced him and after four and half years she moved back with him and he said he has a great friendship with heriot a sex and his responsibility of his parent and he work so hard in his job and travel lots.He dose not want relationship, we finally after he really brainwashed me with his romantic and lovely way, we met and twice and we had sex but one time i was not feeling well could not do great, second time tired and got drunk. Well he did not respond till i called and said i can not understand what we are and i can not go only for sex i like to have date and fun this is make me stupid and he did not answered till i send him a long text and said i had bad day wish you the best and i met a middle east a guy and when i told him i am not interested in him, he said i am a bad person and i have problem he text me i send it to that guy i like and said i had stress that is my reaction happened to you.
    I really like him and he is great in sex in every way he is very handsome tall blue eyes and well educated redone gentleman, i was not good in the bed i don’t have too much experience, i wish we could have more chance i show him i can do better. He send me text two weeks later, that he is sorry he is not good to keep in touch and he is busy he hope i am doing good he is going out of town.I said sound good have fun. I am sad i remember he said i am sexy and beautiful he said i turn him on and why he is not coming back what did i do wrong. I can not look at any other man my mind and my heart is with him. Help me, please, i am crying lots, i wish i can bring him back he said due privacy of his Ex-wife he can not take me to his house, he would like to come to my home i have two young kids he dose not have children, he is 54 and i am 44 and his ex-wife is 42 we are very look like each other like a sister saw her picture, but in the past he send me email and text and phone every day even asked me to come to his house but not any more. He was so much interested in me, he was killed him self to have me even he wants me as only friend nothing, he bagged me to be with him, now he changed,i was before fun and pushed him away now i am sad and wants him so much, what did i do wrong help me to have him back last time he text was 4 days ago. i miss him but i don’t tell or show it, i am even when see him too shy and my mind blank i can not talk normal. Why i act stupid and why i can not handle every thing good i was so good to communicate with him now i am so lost since i like him.
    sincerely
    Yeggy.

  37. Jessica says:

    Thank you for this message and for being my long distance friend.

  38. Anuradha Roy says:

    Hello Matthew, firstly i would like to thank you for doing a video on such an important topic ,this time you have taken up a topic which matters a lot and mostly women in some or the other way….me myself is a victim too….i watch all your videos even though sometimes the topic does not fit me in still I watch because indirectly I feel less lonely watching your videos because inside I feel their is a man who understands women well and has the same outlook towards life as I have so basically to get company, to feel less lonely I watch you hear you and be friend with you always through your videos…..it keeps me in company….tysm…

  39. Lisa Edwards says:

    Thank you for your advice, support & this video!
    Lonely Lisa

  40. Zety says:

    I’m glad I watched this video! Obviously loneliness has led me into depression. Thanks Matthew!

  41. Paula says:

    Thank you so much…. really….

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