It’s ok to not be ok


I have often felt this way. However When I decided to take off the mask and be the real me and not some always fake smiling doll life began to make sense.

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Being ok. Are any of us truly ‘ok’? This is not an attempt to sound pessimistic, or to shatter the illusion of ‘okness’. It’s a ponder, no more, no less. Just a thought, which leads to words, which then lead to questions.

Are we all truly ok? Or are we all just putting on a brave face for the sake of societal politeness? Think about it. How many times have you not been ‘ok’, but you’ve gone out in the world and pretended that you were? How many times have you showed up to school, or work, or wherever you interact with the public most, and inside, you’re upset, and want nothing more but to go home and hide from the world?

If you’ve ever felt like that, or if you ever do in the future, remember this – it’s ok to not be ok.

No matter which gender you are…

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