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Metaphors for Hopelessness

     

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    Metaphors for Hopelessness for when you’re broke

    Hopelessness is looking into your wallet only to realize that you might have to eat out of the dumpster.

    Hopelessness is looking at your dog being worried that he’ll eat better than you do today.

    Hopelessness is walking home from work at night with less money in your pocket than you arrived with.

    Hopelessness is making sure to say hello to homeless people because you know you’re closer to living like them than most people are.

    Metaphors for when you’re lonely

    Hopelessness is when it’s your birthday and you have no calls at the end of the day.

    Hopelessness is when you’re surrounded by people but feel all alone.

    Hopelessness is when you don’t think anyone would miss you if you were gone.

    Hopelessness is looking at people laugh together and wonder how they do it.

    Hopelessness metaphors for mourning

    Hopelessness is when your friend died and they’re the person you would call to tell them how sad you are about it.

    Hopelessness is trying to remember your loved one’s voice, scared that you’re going to forget how they’d speak.

    Hopelessness is scrawling through your phone at night, looking at his/her old text messages.

    Hopelessness is when you go through their empty house and realize that nothing will ever be the same.

    Metaphors for Hopelessness about going through a breakup

    Hopelessness is when you find his or her hair in your apartment and aren’t sure what to do with it.

    Hopelessness is when you dream that your ex is mad at you, and you don’t know why.

    Homelessness is when you’re scared that you’ve forgotten how to be happy.

    While every single person on this planet will go through periods of hopelessness, it is important to remember that all feelings (even the good ones) will eventually pass. If you ever have any thoughts of self-harm, please contact your countries respective helpline.

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