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Public Masks Private Selves In our society we are often times assumed to have a different identity than we really do We have all experienced misconceptions about us and have made misconceptions about others if not consciously then subconsciously This can happen for many reasons sometimes we dont want others to know and we hide our identities or maybe its as simple as not knowing how to portray who we are Whatever the reasons may be these things are a part of our everyday life Im a type of person that doesnt tend to hide who I am partly because the pride I have in who I am I believe that others think that I am a decent guy with good morals also a very relaxed individual with an awfully open mind I often times feel that people in particularly girls think that I am too good and that I am incapable of doing anything wrong It is probably my own fault that this is often thought because I think that subconsciously I try to be the perfect guy I hate this misconception because it tends to scare girls away mostly because they think I am just putting on a show for them Personally I have made my own assumptions of others as well It is actually something I do on a regular basis I mean just think about it Have you ever walked down the street and seen a homeless person asking for change and thought that heshe was a lazy unmotivated and not too intelligent person That thought may even be true but you dont know One time I was sitting on a park bench downtown and that type of individual sat down next to me and he was rambling a mush of word soup often a characteristic of a social disorder I then thought to myself wow here I am making assumptions without even thinking that maybe he
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