Who I am
Writing is a cathartic process used by all depressed people to untie knots of unresolved emotions. Sadness-prone individuals are more likely to pick up a pen.
Then they take those words, naked and vulnerable, and share them with the world. Writers take things that are deeply personal, things said to them in confidence, frequently during moments of great intimacy. But despite this, authors struggle with sentimental connection more than most people do. They only express truly felt emotions in their writing. The paradox of authors is that nothing really is sacred to them, despite the fact that everything seems to be.
The vulnerability that comes with letting others read your thoughts has made it difficult for me to reveal to the world who I actually am on the inside.
As I pen down my thoughts for the world to see, I hope it is revered and considered as something holy.