With the everyday hardships, people easily got frustrated with their lives. They feel hopeless because they think they are helpless and worthless. It’s just the same every day, never-ending afflictions. The harder they try to get out of their present situation, the more they got stuck.
Typically, we think of rural areas as the ideal places to live in. People associate the countryside with peace and serenity. However, like all places, rural locations have their own set of unique problems that people must take into account.
Many people who are tired of the isolated nature of city life look forward to simpler living in the countryside, where tightly knit communities provide all the necessary social support they need. Unfortunately, the closeness of these communities can also lead to the stronger exclusion of people who do not seem to fit in. Understanding these trends is crucial in developing ways to counteract them. Because “Your environment, both your social and natural surroundings, can greatly impact how you feel.” Marjie L. Roddick, MA, NCC, LMHC said.
Isolation And Exclusion