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03/23/2010

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I hope you write about the difference between being alone and lonely because I am feeling very lonely right now. Very discouraged with dating. I'm at that age where all of my exes are changing their FB status to "engaged" from single or they are posting pictures of their kids. I really need to get my "much" mo-jo back because it's certainly lost!

I liked that part of the movie, too. One thing I've found is that my muchness recently took on the form of being overwhelmed with everything that felt broken in my life: missed opportunities, unachieved goals, a profound sense of loneliness. On the surface everything felt fine, but I kept wanting to FIX everything in my life. Now I'm trying to work on transforming my muchness into happiness and fulfillment (and achievable goals)!

Amy and Jessica-- Loneliness just flat out sucks. But muchness helps! So does "doing the active thing," my very favorite piece of stolen wisdom. There's definitely a big, long post to be done on this! In the meantime, good luck with the mojos and muchness!

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