2 thoughts on “It’s up to us

  1. Its interesting because when I was a child I was nervous and quiet and had a nervous giggle but then an alter EGO stepped in and when I saw that people believed my new mask I learned to believe it myself.

    1. When we dont get truly seen we learn to pretend. I hear those same words from lots of people especially addicts…addiction appears to go along with pretending and covering over vulnerability. Embracing authenticity means taking off the mask.

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