You Are Not Alone

Remember in school, you’d get your test back and you’d miss certain ones, or worse you made a bad grade? And you’d sit agonizing over it, looking around to see if anyone else missed the same questions or made a bad grade. And nobody wanted to say anything. Nobody wanted to be the first to say, “I missed the questions” or “I got a 70”. Then some rebel, someone who just had nothing to lose would say, “I got a 70!” Then everyone else would join in and say their grade. And soon we all felt better because we knew we were not alone. That’s how life is now. Nobody wants to feel like they were the only one that got emotionally or physically abandoned. We want to know that we were not the only one that got blinded by a narcissist or had a narcissist parent. We want to know that someone else had it just as bad as us. All of us are searching silently for others like us. We take comfort in knowing that someone else gets us. And I’m that person yelling it all out. I have nothing to lose. I just want everyone to know they are not alone. I want to know that I am not alone. And I know that I’m not alone, I see you in my direct messages. I know it’s hard to comment publicly or hit the “like” button because you’re just not ready to be that open. It’s okay! I will tell you that so many of you are saying the same thing to me in private so who knows who you might be helping if you comment on the post. Yes! We are all dealing while we are healing. I’ve learned that even the kids that look smart have something they are dealing with in life. My prayer is that you know you’re not alone. That you don’t have to look around and wonder who else is struggling. You are not the only one! Thank you for letting me know I’m not alone either. Love to all! ❤️

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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