You’re Not Alone

If you’re depressed – you’re not alone.

If you’re anxious for no apparent reason – you’re not alone.

If you’re victimized because of your race, color, religion or creed – you’re not alone.

If you’re gay and afraid to come out – you’re not alone.

If you’re sick – you’re not alone.

If you have low self-esteem – you’re not alone.

if you think your dark side is darker than most other people’s – you’re not alone

If you are being bullied – you’re not alone.

If you feel like you are an imposter in your job, or life in general,  – you’re not alone.

If you think other people look at you with scorn and/or contempt – you’re not alone.

If you think your life sucks – you’re not alone.

If you are ashamed of your weight, looks, income, intelligence – you’re not alone.

If you’re a functioning alcoholic who is scared to admit it – you’re not alone.

 If you don’t understand life and why it’s not fair – you’re not alone.

Simply put – you’re not alone.

There are probably millions of people the world over experiencing similar issues.

I don’t say this to diminish your concerns, but to reiterate, you’re not alone, to help you realise you’re probably way more normal than you think.

Isolation is scary.

Thinking our problems are worse than others is scary.

Believing we are alone with our problems on a planet of over 7 billion people is scary.

But you’re not.

The chances are, somebody loves and cares for you.

And if you can’t think of anybody, then there are people who would if they really knew you.

There are people who don’t even know you who don’t want you to feel alone.

You’re not alone, unless you choose to be.

Don’t chose to be.

We’re all in this shit togather, so group hug anybody?