“Am I The Only One To Feel This Way?” Have you ever asked yourself this question. I think at some point of our lives we would all have asked this soul searching question. Sometimes having to ask ourselves this make us feel even more alone somehow.
I have asked this question many times before. I was a lonely teenager. My mom died when I was 10. Father was too busy with work and making sure the 5 of us siblings had a good education. I had to grow up fast on my own. Due to the nature of Father’s job, (Father was a policeman), we had to go wherever he was stationed or transferred. This meant that I had to change schools often. I felt like a nomad.
I was fortunate that dad was stationed at the same place for the first 15 years so at least I had some stability during my early school years. I stayed at 4 different states when I was 15, 16, 17 and 18. Each year was different. I had to adept by making new friends in new circumstances and surroundings. It didn’t help that I was shy and taciturn. When I was 17, I didn’t have my family around me. I stayed with my father’s sisters. I was the only one there. Between my 5 siblings and my dad, we were all living in 5 different states. We were all in different places, separated.
I was lonely. I cried a lot. It was during this time that I made a good friend. She is Kopi Soh. Kopi Soh and I used to dream together. We dreamed of helping others. We also dreamed of writing. I am so proud that Kopi Soh has done what we dreamed about. She helps others a lot in her line of work ie counselling. She has also written an e-book and is in the process of finalising another one.
Her first e-Book is called “Oh, I Thought I Was The Only One”. The book is for everyone who has ever asked or is asking that question. Am I the Only One To Feel This Way? It will make you feel less alone knowing you are not the only one. The book is in the form of personal real life stories with Kopi Soh’s insightful comments and thoughts based on her counselling background. Kopi Soh has a Masters in Psychology, Specializing in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling. Her area of specialty is in working with children, adolescents, couples and families.
Here are some excerpts from the book “Oh I Thought I Was The Only One”
Finding Meaning in Your Personal Struggles…
“Do I Dare To Be Me?”
“Do You Ever Feel Alone… Sometimes?”
“Why Can’t People Understand Me?”
“Aarggggh! I can’t stop snacking at night!”
“I Hate The Way I Look”
“A friendship that almost destroyed me”
“How Do You Know He Loves You, And Not Her?”
“People Say Marriage Is A Beautiful Thing… But Is It Really?”
“I Am Your Wife, Not Your Mother!!”
“Help! My Husband is a Pefectionist!”
“Teaching Your Teenager How To Care About Others”
“When Did I Become Old?”
Coming to Terms with yourself….
“Go Ahead, Do Not Be Afraid To Be Happy…”
Plus MUCH more!
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“Oh, I Thought I Was The Only One”
We are all not alone even in our deepest moments of loneliness. Sometimes it helps just to read an inspiring book and listen to some relaxing music.
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[…] used to chat all night and dream. One of our dreams was to write a book. When Kopi Soh eventually wrote a book, I just gaped at her with envy and told myself, when I have the time, when I have the time, I will […]