In Six Words, Share a Lonely Moment


In Six Words, Share a Lonely Moment

We're surrounded by people, sometimes a team of people during hospitalizations and treatments.

Yet, during caregiving, we feel so lonely, as if it's just us, the only ones impacted by caregiving.

But we're not alone, even during our loneliness.

For this six-word story, let's write about our lonely moments so another understands and feels in good company. You can write as many six-word stories about your lonely moments as you'd like in our comments section, below.

As always, thank you so much for sharing.

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persona non grata because of marijuana


Mom in bed. Check she's breathing.

Parents yelling. I'm crying. Nobody'll listen.


Yes, amen to all of them!

Stuck in desperation, hope and fear.\r\n\r\nMost people my age don’t understand.\r\n\r\nSelf care is almost impossible sometimes.\r\n\r\nI see the world very differently.\r\n\r\nI live in a constant meantime.\r\n\r\nSometimes I feel I don’t matter.

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