Cynda Rella

three very different things


lonely and alone: physically isolated and without social interaction in addition to feeling emotionally isolated, vulnerable, and/or injured

lonely but not alone: having immediate access to social interaction with others but with continued and persistent feelings of emotional isolation, vulnerability, and/or injury

alone but not lonely: physically isolated yet without negative feelings of ones isolation and with no desire for, or indifference towards, social interaction

I’m usually “alone but not lonely”