Anyways... The point of this is that because of my trouble with saying what I feel, I find using others' words much easier. When I hear or read something that I can relate to, that is just SO TRUE to me and that I can connect with on the ultimate level of understanding, I get this feeling. I just can't get it out of my head. It can be in a song, the newspaper, a book I'm reading, a billboard, anything.
The most recent episode of this feeling came while I was reading "Just Listen", a novel by Sarah Dessen (yes, it's a young adult book. Don't judge...)
"Everything hurt. I closed my eyes, pressing my cheek to the street, and waited. What for, I didn't know. To be rescued. Or found. But no one came. All I'd ever thought I wanted was to be left alone. Until I was."
I can't even really explain how much I relate to this, and in which way, aside from the fact that I believe this to be EXTREMELY related to my disorder and my mental struggles. If you can relate, I think that you, too, will understand on some level. Or you could relate in a completely different way, interpreting the quote differently. That's the great, yet frustrating, thing about words. Only YOU can truly know what you are saying. Everyone listening can only know their interpretation of you. It's YOU, tainted by the others' judgements, morals, feelings, moods, and opinions.