I feel very big and very small.

Do you feel the same way I do?
Don't be alone.

Now you know you're not alone. Let me know I'm not alone.
Tell me your experience, send me a picture of the sculpture you found. Let others know they aren't alone either.

Please share your stories about feeling the same way. Also, let me know which one you found (they have an edition number on them) and where you found it.

Feel free to comment anonymously.

Name, email, etc are not required.

If you feel like you are a harm to yourself or others- please call 911, Rescue Mental Health and Addiction Services at 419-255-9585 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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4 Comments for I feel very big and very small.


Hello, I found one of your friends by the Hobby Lobby on Monroe street. I dropped my daughter of at ballet class and by luck or chance but I found it. Didn’t know what to think of it at first. But i found it at a time In my life where I feel lost, where there’s a lot of turmoil. I feel small for the most part. Rarely is there a chance I feel big. Anyway just wanted you to know that it touched me. I carry it with me everywhere I go now. There’s more to this story. Maybe I’ll get the courage to write back and tell more. I don’t know what will happen but I just want to say thank you.


    Thank you so much for sharing. I am so glad that something I made is so meaningful to someone else. I’m sorry that you are having a difficult time. It took a lot of courage to post in the first place. Now other people can read your story as well and know they aren’t alone and sometimes just knowing we aren’t alone is enough to help get us through. I would like to add “I feel lost.” To my list of phrases to work with. If you see it, you’ll know you inspired it.

Good work Melissa! This is going to exploded as word of mouth takes over. Keep up the good work. Now , since this is launched, begin thinking of what, where and how it should grow, morph, etc. Keep your faith and your courage!!!

A few of my friends and I found her sitting on the thermostat outside of the Marjorie E Conrad Chorale Room in the Wolfe Center at Bowling Green State University. I’m doing alright.