It is easy to feel isolated, but if we are able to identify a support system, then we can feel more secure.
Get a large piece of paper. Draw 3 sets of circles as if you are drawing a bulls eye.
Email me if you would like an example. I would be happy to show you my Map of Support System as an example.
The smallest circle represents all of the people in your support network that know everything about you: the good, the bad and the ugly so to speak.
The middle circle is reserved for people who have been in your life, know much of your story but when it comes to those vulnerable topics, you are hands off with them.
The largest circle of all are the people who are in your life, co-workers, babysitters, etc. who know you as an individual but know nothing personal about your personal life. These are the people you might not share exciting news with because you aren't really sure if they would be interested.
Try it and examine if people who are in the middle and largest circle could move into your support network a little closer if you would let them. The more healthy people you surround yourself with, the better you will be as an individual because you will be filled with their love. Let me know how it goes for you.