15 Replies to “Alone”

  1. Never Waste a Dirty Mind

    Dear Marie Louise,

    I don’t know who you are missing. And that is secondary to how you are feeling. As you told me, as long as you are communicating, that is a good sign. May I give you a hug, as a remote friend? And tell you that, with you blog, you have many friends? I know that does not help, when you feel this alone and abandoned. But I know that you are a strong woman, who knows how to battle depression. I know you will pull through. And, I am sure, deep down, so do you.

    All the best,
    Henrik

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  2. BrainMassage

    Sometimes I think about the difference between “alone” and “lonely”. I’m not a native English speaker, so my interpretation of some words might be wrong. However, in the word “lonely” I see sadness for being alone, whereas “alone” just means you are all by yourself, but you might feel completely at ease while temporarily isolated from the world. Sometimes it’s good to enjoy the silence and to feel ourselves fully. Many times we actually need to escape from the chaotic daily context, and to enjoy some peace, without anything or anybody bothering us.
    It might be tricky though, because the line between alone and lonely is a subtle one.

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  3. Tom

    That’s beautiful. And sad.

    I read your more recent post about shattered trust so I understand where this is coming from. You write so vividly it’s scary. I really feel for you, I wish I knew what to say to make you feel less sad and down right now. Don’t give up on trusting other people. A warm hug and best wishes.
    Tom

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