Paul Stanley Addresses Feeling Alone And How To Deal With It

KISS’ Paul Stanley recently posted a tweet in which he revealed his thoughts on loneliness, self-doubt, and how to deal with these.

Paul Stanley is a worldwide-known musician who achieved fame as the rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of the iconic rock band KISS. He co-founded the band back in 1973 along with Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss. Throughout his career in the band, the musician wrote or co-wrote many KISS classics. Also known for his the Starchild, Stanley is now touring with KISS for their final tour.

In his spare time, Paul Stanley uses his social media to connect with his fans. He updates his fans on his daily life, reveals his thoughts on various subjects, or shares inspiring quotes with his fanbase. The KISS frontman also announces news about his band and posts exclusive photos and videos of him and KISS on his social media accounts.

In a recent tweet, Stanley talked about feeling alone and experiencing self-doubt. He began his words by thanking his fans for supporting him and sharing their thoughts. Following that, the musician shouted out to the ones who struggle with secret self-doubts that make them feel alone. He then said that is something they share in common, and they are in this together.

Paul Stanley’s tweet read:

“I’m so grateful to all of you for following me, sharing thoughts, photos & allowing me to do the same. Try to remember; if you struggle with secret self-doubts that make you feel alone, THAT’S what most of us actually share in common. You’re no different. We’re in this together.”

You can check out his tweet below.