Aug 19, 2020
When we think of masks we often think of Halloween and not our emotions or persona. So many of us are hiding our true face. Behind a false covering of ourselves. So many negative emotions fill in the spaces between the cracks.
We are filled with a lack of self confidence, fear, sadness and dread. Our emotions overwhelm our need for connection and we find isolation. Making the negative feelings more up front. Louder, faster.
We live in a social media diet world of micro-chaos and micro-aggression every time we scroll a post. All masks on full display behind a stage full of smoke and mirrors. See me! Look how perfect my life is! All masks hiding real anguish, sorrow and even despair.