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Thank You For Loving Me At My Worst

I wanted to portray growing pains, as it affects us and our minds. I believe in a neurophysiological metamorphosis that happens to us as we go from childhood into adulthood. It’s the period of time where we seemingly face the most hardships and new challenges constantly present themselves. Where we go from innocent self-absorbed fledgelings to responsible, wise adults. I find that dreams offer the most relatability to me in quests to cope with these ‘growing pains’. They are like a chrysalis, formed to restructure and reorganise our thoughts and experiences, to transform into something useful for the next challenge we face.


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