What are the affects of a socially isolated life?

I recently moved back to my home town after being away for 8 years. I had an amazing life filled with action, adventure, travel, awesome job, achieving a lot of things, having friends, girlfriends, and everything a person can probably want. Since I moved here, I have no friends as I lost contact with them or they are not living here anymore. All I do is stay home and have absolutely no social life.It has been this way for 4 months and my whole personality has changed to one being filled with life to a situation where I am like a dead man walking with nothing to look forward to and very little pleasure in life. How do people get integrated into society when they move to a new place? The first time I had a job and met people that way, Now I have no job so I severely limit my abilities to meet people. I guess getting a job would be helpful.

Asked By: 2Cool - 10/19/2006
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The effects of too much isolation are poor social skills and an advanced case of being self-absorbed... More
Answered By: pandora the cat - 10/19/2006
Additional Answers (5)
I am sorry. Why did you move? Go back to Go. Collect what you knew how to have, before. You answered your first question: dead man walking. How do you re-integrate in this new/old place? Step out the door.
Answered By: Char - 10/19/2006
Join in some community groups?
Answered By: Isis - 10/19/2006
How did you do it the first time?
Answered By: Roger - 10/19/2006
You find yourself spending a lot of time on yahoo me.
Answered By: keypointist - 10/19/2006
Isolation is very bad for you. Get un-isolated fast. People who are isolated get sick more, and long term isolation kills more people than the leading causes of death... More
Answered By: amanda e - 10/19/2006
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