Everyone has a “Real Me” hidden inside each of them. Some of our friends and family members only know parts. Sometimes the “Real Me” comes out, and sometimes they only see what they want to see on the outer side. It depends on who you can confide in, and who would think you are crazy for thinking that way. We all need someone who believes that you believe and understands. Someone who makes you whole. Someone who lives in your world, and knows what you know. Many of us don't know the “Real Me” in others. Yet others do.
One thing that makes life better, is accepting the “Real Me” in others for being their real true selves. Deep inside is the “Real Me.” How you use it, is up to you.
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