Center for Public Service
Yesterday I was sick to my stomach. Literally.
I tossed and turned all night, woke up and felt sick, and spent the first two hours of my day in bed trying to calm down while. I was worrying that I was a bad friend, student, and girlfriend. The hardest part was that I was criticizing myself for having these insecurities. It’s tough to get out of that cycle, but it’s what I need to do. [excerpt]
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Anonymous, "Mirrors, Manipulation, and Me" (2015). SURGE. 241.