I stopped responding to her letters, without first saying goodbye...
It's my story, the story of understanding myself and accepting myself.
We all want to find someone we can talk to. With that, we want to be the truest versions of ourselves.
🇺🇸 United States
Chronic illness can make people feel alone, but online communities let us know, somebody cares.
One can most definitely make real and meaningful connections despite the distance or having a different cultural background.
As a journalist, I love getting to know more about people and how they experience life.
I'm no longer afraid of being rejected by people because I know there will always be someone who will accept me for who I am, no matter how bad my flaws and imperfections might be.
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
Even though our cultural backgrounds and lifestyles were completely different, we were deeply connected.
Next Door Anomaly
Meaningful conversations revolving around any topic can most certainly lead to personal growth and character development...
My story through Slowly isn't a love story, at least not in a conventional way. It's more of a story about self-discovery.
I've experienced the most tiring struggle to socialize. The era of the internet doesn't guarantee interconnections, especially in most social media I use.
Its “magical power” to build connections that are both meaningful and enduring rely on our mutual willingness to openly share and communicate with each other, as well as our mutual willingness to respect and appreciate each other’s uniqueness.