Fifty Shades of Why

New York Times #1 bestseller. Adapted from Twilight fanfiction.
This can't possibly end well.

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If no one in your family is willing to be emotionally open, it’s likely that you will wind up keeping your feelings to yourself. If they portray emotion as weakness, you’ll a) be afraid to speak your mind, b) feel shamed of or bad about having emotions, and c) repress those emotions until you become a festering cesspit of negativity.
And that’s just no fun.

If no one in your family is willing to be emotionally open, it’s likely that you will wind up keeping your feelings to yourself. If they portray emotion as weakness, you’ll a) be afraid to speak your mind, b) feel shamed of or bad about having emotions, and c) repress those emotions until you become a festering cesspit of negativity.

And that’s just no fun.

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