Admitting emotional fragility is difficult for some people.
Some people prefer to keep their private struggles private.
They also find other people’s emotional sharing bordering on extravagance.
The paradox is that sometimes these people also have a strong need to be seen and heard.
Not the tears and the snot, or the very fine detail, but the essence.
I am one of these people.
I am an invisible drama queen.
But I’m learning how to tell my story, and also how share it.
Thank you for listening this week.
Do you know an invisible drama queen? Why not check in on them this weekend 🙂
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About the image
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