It’s all in my head.

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It’s all in my head.

I was thinking the other day about my tangled mass of fears, and decided to take a different approach to my issues. I have decided to convince myself that fears are all in my head, and the first step would be to convince myself of that.

I know what I just wrote may sound sort of insane to some and circular to others. “Of course all fears are in your head!” I can hear people shout…

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Writer and storyteller, immigrant, wife, mom, knitter, collector of jokes, lover of cheap, sweet wine.

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Elena Tucker

Elena Tucker

Writer and storyteller, immigrant, wife, mom, knitter, collector of jokes, lover of cheap, sweet wine.

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