Life is a masked ball.

We all wear masks, it’s a natural safety mechanism for adjusting to our chaotic lives. I have a mask for each of the most important areas of my life. I wear a mommy mask at home, a therapist mask at work, and a brave-girl mask at kung fu. Around friends and family, it’s safe to remove the mask, relax, and be yourself with those who love and appreciate you for you.

But what happens when our masks become blurred
?

Where we don’t know where the pretence ends, and where ...
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