crying self hate die dead cry dying sadness darkness self destruction loneliness hate myself Invisible depressive larry brown after a year in therapy my psychiatrist said to me maybe life isn't for everyone xonceuponatimexx
The pain of isolationism is a recurring theme in Grendel. Grendel is unable to communicate with his mother as well as the villagers and others who are afraid of him. He must feel lonely like he is going through his whole life by himself.
Self-harm is often a way of coping with painful and difficult feelings and distress. Someone may harm themselves because they feel overwhelmed and don't know how else to deal with things. It's usually a very private issue.