The hardest advice to take is to reveal yourself, the real you. Let the blemishes rise to the surface. Expose the cracked and broken edges. Stop hiding the curled and misshapen pieces of your personality. But then, who will love you?  Who will care? Who will look beyond the flaws to the core within? Accept that it’s possible no one can, no one will, no one wants to.

And that’s when the hardest part starts.  That’s when you have to fight the demons just to stay alive, just to keep yourself from strangling the child who never matured.

You’re glad you can’t share this with anyone. It’s toxic and dangerous; no one deserves this but you.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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