You would think that this syndrome only relates to your undergrad experiences, home on weekends, but trust me nights home on weekends, alone, extends into your 30s, and it gets much worse. The main objective of having a good week is to keep busy, that’s so you can enjoy your weekend with ease. But what happens when you: (1) work too long or too often (2) not work enough or (3) spend too much time online … “loneliness.”  Its been found that “decompressing after a long day” and working “late morning is clinically the best time to get work done” will help you keep it together, when you have a lot to get done.  Be productive, and while youre at it, be efficient, time is of the essence. Do the research, and know when is the best time to work, and when is the best time to rest, and make sure to keep going in life. Theres always time for tomorrow, what cannot get done today, don’t keep putting off, but make sure, not to stress too much over time, living is daily, its not necessary to push oneself, not sleep enough, or wake up too early, and be dead all day, what can get done with positive energy is always a better end work product than what is done tired. Theres a lot of “stigma” associated to weekend loneliness, and its not too uncommon to feel “isolat[ed].”  One woman states: “But I will not let this feeling define me. As the worst moments have passed, the clarity of a new day brings hope and I strive to be in control of those feelings. To try to just accept that this can feel bad. And hope for less lonely weekends ahead.”  As a law student, and dating, I pretty much had no social life, but now I’ve decided its time to have some balance. You cant just have a boyfriend, or just study on weekends, and have no social life, friends may come and they will go, start families of their own, and eventually youll have to keep up with life, without them sometimes. That’s the phase Im in. Therefore the weekends do get lonely sometimes, I don’t really feel bad about those with jobs, how I wish I had a paid job, but that all takes time. Recovery comes first, it seems that way the moment you start recovery you stop going out and you stop having a social life, that is true, but you can still make time for dating and having sober friends. I’ll keep you guys posted!
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