Sharing stories

This is mostly a selfish post.  I want to keep these links handy for myself.  But also if you want to understand my mindset behind the previous post, the first link is for you.  On the other hand, if you want to read a really bleeping fantastic account of what it’s like to live in my head some days (or in fact the head of many people with depression I suspect) then the second link is for you.

Shared with me by the two wonderful ladies who’ve shared the horrors of early high school, and now share with me their lives as young women.

Fighting back against “Imposter Syndrome”. – by my UK correspondent

http://www.news.com.au/features/onehour-onelife/i-want-to-tell-you-all-about-my-struggles-but-i-dont-really-know-how/story-fnd9ca2w-1226343492211 – by Bones

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