Embracing Vulnerability
by Heather Glazzard

We passively observe our daily lives through a smartphone. We recognize the person depicted in the selfie, but it’s not us. We put our flawless bodies on display. We master self-censorship, and choose wisely which facetes to show. We capture our perfect, staged life and share it. The worse we feel, the more we post. Have you ever felt really uncomfortable with someone, but kept talking to them simply because you’re afraid of awkward moments of silence? Until you realize that the person you are not comfortable with is yourself.

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