Sometimes there are just no words…

Sometimes, there are just no words that seem to fit.  The more you try to find the right word, the harder it becomes.  In cases like these, there is not much you can do, but let it be. The wrong words only make things worse.  

abandoned, anguished, at a loss, at sea, baffled, bemused, bewildered, blah, blue, broken-hearted, bummed (out), cast down, chagrined, choked, clueless, crestfallen, crushed, cut up, dejected, deserted, depressed, desolate, despairing, despondent, devastated, discombobulated, disconcerted, disconsolate, discontented, discouraged, disenchanted, disillusioned, disgruntled, disheartened, dismal, dismayed, disoriented, dispirited, displeased, dissatisfied, distressed, doleful, down, down in/at the mouth, down in the dumps, downhearted, downcast, dumbfounded, fazed, flummoxed, forlorn, forsaken, friendless, frustrated, gloomy, glum, grief-stricken, grieving, heartbroken, heavy-hearted, inconsolable, injured, isolated, let down, lonely, melancholy, miffed, miserable, mortified, mournful, muddled, mystified, nonplussed, offended, pained, peeved, perplexed, puzzled, sad, saddened, shattered, solitary, sore, sorrowful, taken aback, tearful, upset, woebegone, wretched…

~Melissa

2 thoughts on “Sometimes there are just no words…

  1. Hi Woody,
    This list was inspired by a few situations belonging to several people in my life. I wish that I could come up with the right thing to say to help, but sometimes there just isn’t much that can be said. I was pretty frustrated by that feeling and so I wrote out the list.

    Melissa 🙂

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