And there is nothing lonelier than being unable to write or speak. Being wordless can feel a lot like being worthless. It took me a long time to figure out what to do in those mute moments, days and weeks. Sometimes I still forget that the best thing to do when you want to be heard is to listen. Listen to your loved ones, but also to strangers. The two women with their starched hair, brooches and varicose veins in the booth behind you at the Chinese restaurant are exchanging news.
Last night one of them fell in snow. It was black behind her house, she had no phone, she shouted but no one came. For an hour she thought she might die in the bleak winter. But slowly, she found the strength to crawl a yard, then up a step, then to pull herself level with her door. She rubbed herself with salve, took a bath and posted a Facebook status that got 43 likes.
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