The celebrity version of yourself

Too often we fear revealing ourselves as flawed, writes Ana Marie Cox in the June 13, 2018, issue of The Dallas Morning News. We create a gap between the “celebrity version” of ourselves and the version we prefer to keep hidden.

That’s why we often are so generous to others. “When we see that messy, damaged, imperfect version of someone else, we want to help—because, of course, we see ourselves,” Cox writes.

Ask for help when you need it, this writer concludes, even if you have to show others that you are not perfect.

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