Insecurities become strengths when revealed...Strong women talk ♥
Hmmm...I've been kind of operating from the opposite end of the spectrum--keeping things largely to myself--and maybe a small circle of friends (always good to talk with you, f'rinstance, Brooks)--though not sure if it's a matter of privacy or simply that things are a little too raw, unformed...which, I guess might be just another way of saying "personal" since, even if I'm willing to share my thoughts and feelings, they need to be in at least a semi-solid state, somewhat in my control, before I can try to be funny or poetic and throw them out to the wide world...or something...
Interesting thoughts, as always. I'm one who tends to be ultra-private . . . protecting, hiding, trying to figure things out in private. An ultra-introvert. I admire, Meredith's comment and yet feel misunderstood. The world is full of extroverts pouring it all out for the world to see. I appreciate their openness and wish I had more, but don't think it means I lack strength when I don't talk. It's just a different choice. One that I can honor for myself and respect myself and be strong even when I'm quiet (or keeping something private).
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