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By this time I was living in London and meeting people from different backgrounds and different parts of the world.
Moving to a bigger city has been the best thing for me.
I made one gay friend, who I'm actually close to now.
But back then, we didn't really talk about things. We both liked the Spice Girls, and that was enough for me.
One person who knows loneliness well is Craig, 33, a school teacher who lives in London.
Here he shares his journey to overcome the sense of isolation he felt growing up gay in a small U. city in the late '90s.—and I certainly didn't identify with him because I wasn't a football player.
That's not healthy." But at the time I was oblivious.
But there are particular reasons why loneliness is prevalent among the LGBTQ community.Madonna once sang, "I found myself in crowded rooms, feeling so alone," a sentiment many LGBTQ people can relate to.Indeed, artist Richard Dodwell has recently published an anthology book, , dedicated to documenting queer loneliness in all its forms.I just drank myself into oblivion—to the point where I got sacked from my bar job and had to take time off from my studies.I used alcohol for a number of reasons, but it was mainly so I could feel comfortable enough to go out and speak to people, and switch off everything going on in my head.