Maybe it comes with this particular territory.
John Hopkins

Very true. And I admit there are times when my intention is to make something ambiguous about if it is true or not. It feeds into the voyeurism and the desire to know something personal about someone. So I only have myself to blame. If it is intentional, and part of a story, I am glad that I can blur the lines. When I get frustrated is when people argue with me about if it’s true or not. I just feel like, let’s take my word for it? I wrote it after all. It’s my life, afterall! I shouldn’t complain though. It’s good to be convincing.

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