It’s the nastiest part of the uncovering process.
Fear. The deep roots are suffocating yet comforting at the same time.
It’s the feeling that keeps you locked in place, benignly disguised as keeping your best interests intact. “You’re lucky, others would be thrilled to have what you have now,” or “It could be worse, count your blessings,” or “I’ve already invested so much already” – even the soundest advice can be used for the wrong means. It’s like a little stooped grandma smiling toothlessly at you, offering you a plate of cookies she’s secretly poisoned.Continue Reading