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  1. I love the apple picture. While I don’t understand the physical pain, I do understand pain and hiding it behind a mask. You smile, tell everyone you’re doing fantastic, and everyone comments how positive and awesome you are to hang with. Meanwhile I’m struggling with depression. 😛 But hey, fake it till you make it. Hope the pain can be eased, especially from the surgery.

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    1. Depression can be a physical pain too. You feel it physically as well as mentally. I suffer from that as well. And that’s my motto too…fake it until you make it. Thanks Paul!

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  2. Jess Spencer

    I very much have a secret identity, there are a lot of things about myself and my past that I keep secret and don’t reveal to anyone except the people closest to me. I think some of the thing so rom my past would shock the people who know me, but don’t really know me super well. It is a. Hinderance, I think having a secret identity. It doesn’t let people know who you really are, what really makes you you. They don’t get to know every facet of you and therefore will never truly understand you and how you make decisions or why you react to certain things the way you do. I think that’s where a lot of miscommunication comes from, a lot of fights. You don’t truly open up to people and they don’t see why you react a certain way and then get mad because it’s different from how they would react. Perhaps if we took off the masks and showed people our real identities, there’d be more understanding…maybe.

    Or maybe I’m just full of shit and have no idea what I’m talking about. That works too 😉

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    1. Jess Spencer

      From* not so rom. Fracking autocorrect.

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    2. No, you’re right. I wish everyone would take off their masks. I wish I knew how to take mine off too….but it’s not easy, apparently!

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