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Stranger in a strange land

Posted by annamaynot on November 5, 2004, at 7:34:28

In reply to Re: Help inform professionals about online groups, posted by alexandra_k on November 4, 2004, at 19:01:29

The post by alexandra_k has hit home for me. Except of course that I never leave home. The feeling of isolation is familiar though, as is the loss or loosing of therapists. These posts are an avenue that may not lead anywhere in particular, but at least seem to have signs along the way. It is good to know that others travel through this world alone too. I'm getting old and tired which makes the trip seem useless. Why bother? These postings, and the vague thought that someone may be reading them and thinking about me for a brief moment gives me a comfort. I feel more like there may be a me. I don't get that much from my family, who care about me I suppose, but know so little about me. It is the strangers who can read that I am lost and alone, confused and confuddled by the world. There are a million pieces of me in my head, all scrambling to get out and run in different directions. It is my responsibility to hold them back for fear of...what? breaking the rules written in some book of life. The guide for the recently deceased. Maybe I am already deceased? Just a stranger in a strange land, waiting for my turn.




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