...but you have no idea.
For a long time now I‘ve been thinking about telling ‚my story‘. Either as a book or as a blog, but as all of you can imagine writing a book is heavy and requires a lot of time and patience. Since we live in the era of internet and digitalization, I thought why not use it as my medium. I‘m not a rockstar or a movie actress, but I think I have an interesting story to tell. I do not adress a certain topic, but the background of my approach grows from a deep #doubleidentitycrisis. Many girls my age with the same cultural background might have faced some similar situations in life and I guess sharing thoughts and experiences this way is a good thing. It helps me to process and may deliver a helpful guide for those who still don‘t know how to overcome certain difficulties or feelings. I hope you all support me to get a voice in this matter and change the world for a better place with this project of mine. I called it ‚you think you know me’, because all the people in my life got to know a certain side of me, but never the full version of #Ems. For now I am not sure if I wanna share everything, but I will just go with the flow and see where it leads me. 🧩
My friends call me Ems, so I decided to use this as my pseudonym.
Credit to @everyday.introvert. Very few actually know me and get the core of me. I just don’t let you in...you have to earn it. People misunderstand this as arrogance. Yet I must ask this question. You may know a lot of people yet how many would truly help you if you were struggling and needed help. How many can keep a discussion private and not share that with others. Those “real people” are rare into today’s world of talk and flash. #introvert#youthinkyouknowme#privateperson#smallcircleoffriends