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THERE'S TRUTH IN WHAT YOU'RE SAYING. EVERYONE DOES HAVE SOMETHING THEY DEAL WITH OR GO THROUGH. I ACTUALLY WROTE A LITTLE A CAPPELLA SONG THAT'S EXACTLY ABOUT THAT. SO PEEPS IF YOU NEED A LITTLE ENCOURAGEMENT IN LIFE OR JUST WANT TO SEE WHAT ITS ABOUT, HERE'S THE LINK TO THE VID: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SEX8sYypTA
i'm someone who's just really a puzzle because although i find the strength to get on stage, am very well-known in school/know a lot of people, try to talk to a lot of people, etc I AM NOT CONFIDENT IN A SENSE. If people don't like me, it really sticks with me and i reminisce on it. If I get on stage to TALK about something personal, afterwards im going to be attacking myself with thoughts of what people thought and bla bla bla. Yet i can tell jokes in classes every now and again, i can talk to people even though I SUCK at conversations, I can just be a CHARACTER a lot of the time. It's interesting...
As with any point, i think there's truth to be taken from this but it may not be 100% on point for everyone. It would be hard to find an article that does THAT. Then again, this article reaches an understanding level that's up there: that everyone goes through something even if it's not obvious, ANYONE who had EVERYONE turn against them would feel it pretty much, etc. And maybe compassion does have something to do with it - because i am actually VERY passionate about people...perhaps it comes from being a serious christian in the past, watching so much disney over the years, it's my personality, or all of the above. But as insecure as i am, i am PERCEIVED as confident because i talk to everyone, smile at everyone, etc. So maybe part of my success in that area IS indeed compassion. Maybe you've struck oil with some of the things you've said in this aritcle.
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