Experiences: The Secrets That We Keep
I thought I would come clean with my secret.
The secret I kept for 7 months from everyone I knew and worked with. It was a hard decision, but I knew I had to do it. I learned so much in the development of the new version of HangarSwap but we suffered along the way. It was a very rough road and I’m surprised I survived. Normally people would cover up the emotions with developing something huge and keeping it a secret. I feel it is best (for me) to be upfront and tell you that it sucked. This isn’t “Rachel fell down, brushed herself off and kept going.”
This was Rachel got punched in the face over and over again and along with it came mistrust, therapy, a rocky marriage, failures, bouts of depression and anxiety, believers and non-believers, self doubt(about a thousand times) and lots of tears.
Thank you for those who believed in me and I’m sorry to those I hurt.
“Muddy Waters” by LP
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