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All it takes is opening your eyes to how others think and feel. Looking beyond yourself will help validate your own feelings and circumstances which can remove the stigma of feeling of terminally unique or so different that you want to hide from the world. Hiding hurts, by opening up and talking it out it sets you free. It’s a revelation that removes the paralyzing fear of judgment and moving away from feeling lost to finding yourself. Seeing yourself in the context of others helps you relate to the universal truth that is the story of your own life.