The It Gets Better Project somebody and just listening to an adult, listening to somebody who has a great life tell you that it will get better, and no matter how mean the things you're being told are, and how hurtful they make you feel, you're not alone.
What does YNA stand for?
YNA stands for You're Not Alone
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of YNA
We have 4 other meanings of YNA in our Acronym Attic
- Young Numismatist (coin collecting)
- Yunnan (China)
- Yeoman First Class (Naval Rating)
- Yeoman Second Class (Naval Rating)
- Yeoman Third Class (Naval Rating)
- Yazaki North America (Canton, MI)
- Yellow Naped Amazon (bird species; Amazona ochrocephala auropalliata)
- Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh (Jarusalem, Israel)
- York Neurosurgical Associates, PC
- Young Naturalists Awards
- Young Numismatists of America
- Yakama Nation Area Agency on Aging (Toppenish, WA; Washington State Department of Social and Health Services)
- Young Naturists Association International
- Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Russia)
- Yellow Naped Amazon Parrot (Ochrocephala auropalliata)
- Youth Neighborhood Association Partnership Program (Las Vegas, NV)
- Yellowstone National Art Trust (Jackson, WY)
- Yardville National Bank
- Yeast Nitrogen Base Medium (biology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The single - You're Not Alone - is in the shops from Monday and industry experts are tipping the band to again hit the top 10, or even the top the charts.
Williams Plainsboro, NJ If you're interested in learning more about e-books, you're not alone.
If you think a tutu makes the perfect letter O, you're not alone.
You're not alone, though, if you've been knocked off your feet by a cold during periods of heavy training or immediately before or after an important race.
But then, if you're lucky enough to get your film into a few festivals, especially animation or short film festivals, you get hooked into the little network of the animation world and, at least for a few days, you feel that you're not alone.
Reading Sabolich's You're Not Alone is a continuation of the process.
Byline: David Mermelstein Correspondent IF YOU'VE BEEN feeling winter's chill lately, you're not alone.