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Growth is embarrassing

Think of losing your front tooth at age 6 or so, and having to go to school the next day with a big gap in your smile, with the other children laughing at you.

Your new and permanent tooth will replace it soon but in that moment, you either wish to stop going to school altogether or stop smiling.

Growth is embarrassing.

And if you want to grow, there’ll be times when you want to hide from the world because you are ‘under construction’. . I’ve been embarrassed so many times, I think my shame button is broken.

I’ve been particularly embarrassed by women as I learn and grow in my sexuality, as even that too evolves… learning who I am by figuring out who I am NOT.

Nobody wants to walk around grinning for people to see their tooth that fell out..but, I don’t see any other way to get a new tooth. Do you??!!

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JanBerryJanBerry is an author and creative. She writes here or @janberrywrites on Instagram. Writing is a rewarding passion for her.

Her teeshirt brand puts out creative designs for personalized, handpainted teeshirts and bags, as well as other statement pieces.

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JanBerry

written by JanBerry

JanBerry is an author and creative. She writes here or @janberrywrites on Instagram. Writing is a rewarding passion for her.

Her teeshirt brand puts out creative designs for personalized, handpainted teeshirts and bags, as well as other statement pieces.

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