Why I Make Every Big Life Decision Without Telling Family or Friends

After years of self-doubt and dealing with past trauma, reaching a point where I feel confident enough to make my own decisions has required that I adopt the principle of secrecy. Here is why.

When I was younger I used to have this fear that underlined everything I did or said: it wasn’t good enough, I wasn’t good enough.

Starting in high school, I began to combat that destructive mental narrative. When I started to speak up in class I soon realized I wasn’t inferior, I was capable.

After some years of climbing the self-esteem ladder, I went from looking for self-assurance from everyone but myself to consulting nobody but myself. And let me tell you, I have never looked back.


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