Six Word Story #46

Six Word Story:

Surrounded by people yet truly alone.

About The Six Word Story:

As you guys know, I love writing these six word stories for you. And from the feedback and responses that I have received on them, I am happy to say that it seems you like reading these little stories too. I am really thankful for that since it is always a win when both you and your audience enjoy the same thing. It gives me a reason to continue writing these, knowing you enjoy them so much.

This six word story was inspired by my struggles with mental health. I know it’s something many of us struggle or have struggled with. And the truth is that when you hit rock bottom it may feel like things are never going to get better. As though this is as good as it gets. And sometimes it even feels like things just keep getting worse. But there’s always hope. Things can get better.

Have you ever felt like you have reached rock bottom? Do you ever feel the need to mask pain for the sake of living in a way that is socially acceptable? Have you ever experienced an instance or instances where it gets worse before it gets better? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below because I would love to hear them. Or simply just stop by and say hi! And don’t forget to leave your own six word story in the comments because I always enjoy reading them!

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51 thoughts on “Six Word Story #46

  1. This photo represents your words perfectly (accidently made a six word story response haha). I am studying a book about homelessness, and a common theme in it is this phrase. Because even though we are surrounded by people, we feel invisible.
    When I go to visit big cities like Manchester or London, there isn’t much liveliness. Everyone has their heads glued to a phone screen an is rushing from on place to the next.
    Hope you are well 🙂

    1. Haha you are getting so good at those you’re making them by accident now! I felt like that in the big cities I’ve visited too and it’s so sad that people are blind to things that are right in front of them.

  2. Love it. Reminds me of a sculpture I did in grad school titled “Alone in a Crowd” The centerpiece of the installation is all I have left. (pieces were life sized.)

  3. A wonderful new twist on the old adage – Alone in a crowd!! Loved it!!
    Unless someone has actually experienced this feeling they just don’t get it
    but once you have you never forget it!!
    Thanks for bringing back that memory, My Dear!! Bellissimo!!!

  4. Six word response: What comes from forgetting the Creator.
    Your story is sadly accurate for many. If we simply looked up more and appreciated one another, the gift of life we have each been given, and the One who gave it to us, we would all be in such a different place!

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