Six Word Story #201

Six Word Story

Six Word Story

Broken does not always equal unmendable.

About This Six Word Story:

I didn’t have anything to share today so I thought why not share a six word story. Especially since I haven’t shared one in quite a while recently. And one of my readers mentioned that so I thought why not share one today. I’m too exhausted from all the doctors appointments to write a full post anyway. This has been one of the toughest months of my life. But it’s also been productive and I feel like I’m finally addressing stuff I should have been addressing earlier. I think I may also be a bit of a hypochondriac but that’s a discussion for my therapist and I lol.

Anyway, this SWS is sort of how I’m feeling right now. I’ve felt broken for most of my life but recently I’ve been realising that we’re all broken in one way or another. But that doesn’t have to be the end. Just because we’re broken doesn’t mean we can’t be mended. Wounds heal. Humans are incredibly resilient. We have evolved enough over the centuries to be an able to survive a lot.

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120 responses to “Six Word Story #201”

  1. Recovery in its many forms largely depends on the person as to whether they wish to recover.

    1. I very much agree, it’s only when someone is ready to get better that they’ll get better.

  2. We are truly resilient and incredible. I know that soon you will get out of everything.

    1. Thanks so much and I very much agree.

  3. good observation. The next step is becoming a survivor and you’re well on the way. I hope that the medical stuff isn’t too serious. Best wishes!

    1. Thanks so much. It’s not that serious, nothing to worry about!

  4. I agree, but it can take considerable effort at times.

    1. I absolutely agree, it’s incredibly difficult but worth it.

  5. It is always interesting to read your stories and blogs, Pooja😊🥰

    1. Thank you so much! 😊

      1. My pleasure! Gurl😊🥰

      2. Pooja, Sorry, by mistake, instead of “Girl,” wrote Gurl.😊🙏

        1. No problem, I got what you meant 😊

          1. Thank you for understanding 😊🥰💟🌟🙏

            1. No problem 😊

  6. Anything can be remedied with love

    1. I absolutely agree.

  7. learning to be myself…….and being comfortable with that. I realize some of us have to recognize that, I’m just starting to understand……me, my life, and why I took the turns I did

    1. Relatable. I’m doing the same at the moment.

  8. love you six sentence story! feel better soon <3

    1. Thank you so much!

  9. Please, heal in your own time.

    Thank you for sharing, and for opening the floor in the subject as a six word story, Pooja.

    1. *on this subject

    2. Thank you and I absolutely love your six word story too.

      1. Thank you! And you’re welcome!

        1. You’re welcome too!

  10. Great empathy and vulnerability can evolve from brokenness. 💗 Best wishes to you, Pooja. 💐

    1. Thank you and I absolutely agree 😊

    1. Thanks for sharing, will definitely check out the song.

  11. “Broken does not always equal unmendable.”

    Very deep 😀

    1. Thank you so much 😀

  12. Love it! Absolutely, amazingly, wonderfully true!

    1. Thank you so much, love you encouraging six word story!

  13. Hypochondria comes with the territory…well, that’s how it looks to those close to us who observe our behaviour.
    I have a different theory…we’re so in tune with our bodies we notice minute changes in state and can see those as potential illnesses, so we go and see a doctor, who invariably assures us there’s nothing wrong. Job done!
    The benefit will be one day, if there really is something wrong, we identify it early enough to knock it on the head before it develops into something serious!

    1. Yeah, I guess so. That makes a lot of sense. True, we can catch a lot at an early stage!

  14. This is why “the pen is mightier than the sword”.

    In writing about your struggles, you are writing a new story. As you share your life and thoughts with others, collaboration happens. Synergy. Connection. And something shifts. A different story emerges.

    Six words creating a new narrative.

    1. Thanks so much. Yes, words truly do hold a lot of power. And love your motivating six word story.

  15. All you need is stickyback plastic 🫶👌

    1. Haha exactly, we just need to tape up those little breaks.

  16. I love your 6 word story Pooja and we’re all a little broken, I agree but we mend and can heal stronger than before.. 💕

    1. Thanks so much and yes absolutely 💖

      1. You’re always welcome Pooja💓

  17. Nice! So much encapsulated in a small number of words.

  18. We are stronger than we think. Although we may sometimes be broken, we will mend in time. During those times of mending we become even stronger in those broken areas in our lives. After we have mended from the brokenness, we can look back on that and see what we did to heal. That’s a memory that we won’t forget. Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

    1. Thanks and I couldn’t agree more. Those broken times make us stronger. Have a great weekend too.

  19. Oh I hope you feel better soon Pooja. Yes we all go through things that damage us and them we heal and become stronger for it.

    1. Thanks so much, I hope so too. I couldn’t agree more.

      1. Take care my friend

          1. Thanks 🙏🏼

            1. My pleasure 😊

              1. 💛💛💛

  20. Very interesting take on things, and how true!

    1. Thank you so much!

  21. In line with your theme, I would offer my own six-word story: “Falling down is growth, not defeat.”
    The state of being “broken” can be the beginning of a transformative journey.

    1. I love your six word story addition, it goes perfectly with mine. And I absolutely agree.

      1. Thanks

        1. My pleasure.

  22. I’m unabashedly dressed in authentic brokenness.

    1. Unfortunately, many of us are.

  23. Broken is always relative. Broken can be a state of mind. Broken can be many things. Broken just requires the right glue.

    1. Exactly, we just need to find out how to fix the broken parts.

  24. Life sometimes feels broken, but your reminder that brokenness doesn’t equate to being beyond repair is a powerful message of hope.

    1. Thank you so much.

  25. Rhyming army Trojan Horse poetry remorse.

    Broken love machine lost a Spring

    I’m glad you passed the medical tests or are you supposed to fail? I don’t know which is good. There used to be a test (1920s through early 1960s) called the Rabbit Test that tested for hormones. If the rabbit died the woman was pregnant. That could be good news or bad news.

    1. Thanks. Haha well, so far I’ve mostly passed so I think I’m good? Schrodinger’s rabbit… both good and bad depending on the woman receiving the news.

  26. Sorry to hear how bad this month has been for you. I know the feeling and it can just be exhausting dealing with one thing after another after another after another. You definitely have my sympathies…

    1. I think more than bad it’s just been stressful. I’m hoping I’ll be done with everything soon.

  27. Broken is when we start fighting…

    1. Yes, absolutely.

  28. Sorry you are having a hard month… I love your story, it is short but says so much! It is amazing sometimes how resilient we can be!

    1. Thank you so much! So true, we’re so much more resilient than we realise.

  29. Take care!!!

    Sending some postive vibes

    1. Thanks, much appreciated!

  30. We are resilient and mendable but first we have to realize the issue and then make an effort to resolve it. You are doing just that, Pooja. “Inch by inch, life’s a cinch. Yard by yard, life’s hard.”
    ― John Bytheway

    1. I so agree, little by little we can fix ourselves. And yes, realising it is the first step in the right direction.

  31. so much said in so few words.
    lovely as always, Pooja🤍🤗

    1. Thanks so much 😊

      1. most welcome 🤍

  32. I’ve felt broken beyond repair a few times. It’s not true, but sometimes circumstances can feel that way. I like your story. 😘

    1. Thanks. I think many of us feel that way at times but luckily things change and get better.

      1. 😊

  33. agreed, we are more resilient than we may realize at times and our brokenness will heal in time. Step by step.

    1. Couldn’t agree more, we are so resilient and can heal.

  34. I hope and pray that you get completely well soon.

    And I love your this six words story …
    Broken does not always equal unmendable

    Being broken won’t matter to mend ourselves, no matter how … The tsunamis of life may blow us, and we may shatter into million pieces, we may find ourselves bent over the process, get hurt, feel lonely, and what not! it’s so empowering when we mend it with whatever we have …

    There’s a Japanese art, named ‘Kintsugi’ … it’s an art of repairing broken pottery and transforming it into a new work of art with gold. It is built on the idea that in embracing flaws and imperfections, we can create an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art.

    Let’s love our golden cracks and keep repairing our beautiful pieces of inner soul 😊

    Trying my six word story:
    Declutter your life. Make it light …

    Best health wishes to you, Pooja.

    1. Thank you so much.

      Love your six word story addition too. I completely agree with you. And I’ve heard of ‘Kintsugi’, it’s a great way to look at life too. Best wishes to you as well 😊

      1. You’re welcome.
        Hope you’re fine.


        1. Thanks ♥️

  35. Yes I do agree with your SWS. It is a meaningful symbol of the struggles many face. It’s great that you are doing this work to heal from past difficulties.

    1. Thank you so much, it’s worth the work to heal and get better.

      1. You’re welcome!

  36. Even unbreakable women need time to recuperate. Stay strong, stay you

    1. Thank you so much, absolutely true.

  37. Healing comes only after the breaking.

    1. Exactly, great six word story addition.

  38. Totally agree with your SWS ❤️❤️.

    1. Thanks ❤️

  39. Broken; An opportunity to be better

  40. A fabulous reminder, Pooja!

    1. Thanks so much!

  41. What a great story, Pooja. I do agree! Hope you feel better soon! 🧡🍁

    1. Thanks so much, I’m already doing much better! 😊

  42. Most of us are at least a little broken. As the meme goes, the broken areas are where the light can come in. We each have the power to choose how we wish to be mended!

    1. I couldn’t agree more, we absolutely can be mended if we try!

  43. You got that right Pooja!

    1. Thanks, glad you agree!

  44. I agree🧡🪷

  45. I agree! And sometimes a thing / person that has been mended is stronger than it was originally.

    1. Absolutely, sometimes it makes them stronger.

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