Unable to Say

Anais Nin says the role of the writer is say what “we” are unable to say. I think this not only speaks of issues that people are scared to open up about, but just that generally good writers can eloquently or appropriately voice what we awkwardlytalk about or what we do not know how to express in the word form.Recently the subject of women and self-confidence has uprooted in conversation. This seems to the recent theme among certain acquaintances of mine. Confidence starts when you’re little because this is when we first start to believe in ourselves

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Unable to Say

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