In the first part, "A Bad Relationship," the focus is on the negative dynamics within the relationship. It suggests that a relationship marked by constant conflict, emotional abuse, or a lack of mutual support can be detrimental to one's emotional well-being. This sets the stage for the central message of the quote.
The statement "Will Make You Feel More Alone" emphasizes that the loneliness experienced within a bad relationship surpasses the solitude of being single or unattached. It highlights the paradox where being physically with someone can still result in a profound sense of emotional isolation. This feeling of loneliness can stem from not feeling heard, valued, or emotionally connected within the toxic relationship.
Lastly, "Than When You're Alone" serves as a direct comparison between the loneliness in a bad relationship and the potential for personal growth and self-discovery when one is single. It suggests that, in certain cases, being alone can be a healthier and more fulfilling option than enduring the emotional isolation and distress that often accompany toxic relationships.