Do You Take Yourself Seriously?
Sarah Cooper

This has been the most poignant and well-described article on the illness of not taking ourselves seriously that I’ve read. And the language is great, because if we don’t take ourselves seriously, we can only be a joke.

It’s unfortunate that this disastrous humor is used as a cushion for our fear of failure and rejection.

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