Have you ever noticed how children love to dress up?
The love the thrill of pretending to be a princess or a butterfly. What about you? Do you still play make believe? Do People see you for who you are or do they see something different?
Often we make the choice, allowing only a select few to see the “real” us. With everyone else, we put on a mask so they see what we want them to see, especially if our self-confidence is low.
They may see a happy face that actually hides a lot of pain or insecurities.
- Jane Powell