If you have thoughts and feelings about being alone, you are not alone.
“Alone” is a very common topic and important issue for people. That’s why I’ve written several previous posts with the word “alone” in the title:
Last night in a therapy group, nobody was alone — everybody wanted to focus on the topic of being alone.
I, alone, wrote this during the group:
If you have trouble reading that, I’m sure you’re not alone. It says
In ways we are all alone even when we are with others.
In ways we are connected with others even when we are alone.
I did not take that photo, alone. Here are more photos I took yesterday:
I’m going to explain that last photo, alone. I wrote that on my office’s lone whiteboard to show somebody they weren’t alone in eating things that aren’t good for them.
When you think of being alone, what song comes to mind? Am I alone in thinking of this one?
I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting to know I’m not alone today. You can do your part by leaving a comment, below.
When I first published this post alone, a couple of hours ago, I forgot to say that many of us feel more alone today because of the passing of brilliant comedian Garry Shandling. Here’s Conan O’Brien, not alone in missing this man: