Writing: How We Do, Be, & Make in the World

Protected: Exposure.Edu: Dirty Little Secrets

Writing about our past experiences requires reflecting on them and accepting them for what they are―human experiences. Exposing our true identities may feel less than cathartic at times because of the shame and guilt we carry. We hold back for fear of external judgment from our readers, but when the past meets the present, we find the opposite. The real conflict is an internal struggle with our judgment of self.

Beth Bailey

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