If we’re all going to grow up one day to become the people we’re meant to be, then we’ve got to start trusting ourselves and believing the real us deserves some love. We need to strip away all that insecure sarcasm. Go ahead and get rid of those fake hobbies and interests we fasten and wear like armor and become sincere about who you are and what you like. You’ve got to say this is who I am and this is what I want. Find strength in the vulnerability of putting yourself out there exactly as you are. No, this is not an invitation to hang out in your birthday suit. Rather, it’s a reminder to just be yourself.