Ludwig Whitby wrote:No. Sexual frustration and loneliness for example are feelings that come about by themselves. You don't make yourself lonely.
Consсiously or unconsciously everydoby does. I think psycologists can give better answer, but feeling "lonely" is your inner thing like many others and it can't simply come out of nowhere, there are inner reasons for it to come. Some people feel lonely living in a big family, some people feel OK living alone, and some of them even don't need friends.
I'm sorry but just isn't that easy.
It's not easy but it's not complicated either, otherwise many people couldn't build their life.
there is no inherent meaning in life, no objective morality and no right and wrong thing to do
that's why life is interesting, otherwise it shouldn't be created at all.
and that life is essentially negative
as it is essentially positive.
knowing and feeling are two different worlds.
I agree and I know what I say. According to my experience life is dual, so I'm unable to understand people who describe it like you.
So please stop trying to diagnose me and cure me, especially given that you're doing it wrong.
I'm not a doctor and never tried to cure anyone. This is an open forum and everyone has a right to write what they think is right. My opinion is only mine and I don't impose it.