In my last post, I talked about how you shouldn't be afraid to be who you are. In this post, I try to expand on that.
Last night, I was on Twitter right before I went to bed. Everybody was tweeting about the VP debate. I'm the least politic person in the world. So this won't turn into a politic thing, don't worry. But it was very interesting to me because I hopped quickly on Facebook to see what was going on over there. It's amazing to me. The people I know IRL are all republican (except my gay cousin and a guy from high school). The people I'd like to know IRL are all democrats. Isn't that weird?
Again, I'm not political. So I'm not picking one side over the other. I'm just commenting on the differences between who you present yourself to be and the actual person you'd like to be. Do you find yourself in this situation? Or is it just me?