Late Night Reflection

If I try to explain that feeling I might fail to capture everything but let me give my best.

The moment released all the tension throughout my body. It lifted the curses and the false lies. It uncovered the deepest layers of emotional turmoil.

Just before that sentence, I had felt tons of weight upon my shoulders. But now — now I feel completely free of my own troubles.

And then it dawned on me:

Perfectionism has slowly been killing me.

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