The 'real you'...deep down inside.

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Many of us have different levels of how much of the 'real us' we show others. I do not know of many people who have just been 100%, completely and utterly the deep inside 'real them'. There is always the vulnerability, fear of rejection or pain and the hidden facets of our personalities that we tend to keep to ourself.

--How much and when do you show the 'real you'?
--Do you ever wish that you could just be the person deep inside?
--Have you tried and then put on masks to protect yourself fron vulnerability and hurt?
--Do you rejoice in letting every deep bit of you out for everyone to see?
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KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Actually, most people get to see about 50 to 60 percent of the "real me".
The only people that see all or most of the real me are my mother and boyfriend because I don't usually let people close to my heart.

It's a sad fact, but letting yourself be that open and vulnerable is just about the best way to get that openness thrown right back in your face by someone and used against you.

As for rejoicing in letting people see every aspect of me, not one bit. It's absolutely terrifying having to place trust enough in someone to show them who the real you is.

When the rare occasion does come about that I trust enough to let someone in that close, it is a bit of a relief not having to hide "the real me" anymore though.
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