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If you are in the process of isolating yourself, it is critical that you acknowledge this fact, because it is not until we are open and honest about our behavior and habits that we can change them. Your illness or injury might have altered you so much that you cannot face showing your weakness and flaws to the outside world, or meant that you have lived in isolation for so long that you feel like a staggering child socially. You will still need to be among other people, so that you are stimulated both mentally and socially and rediscover your inner strength.

Jeanette Kildevæld Your Are Worthier (4)