Pascal Derrien

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Little Man

Little Man

Of us, it is said that we are like twins

Yet at the moment it seems that only one of us appear to have a thick skin

Whatever is the trouble it's surely not about blowing the biggest bubble


I agree it's not easy to fit, where is it that you find the well known and fully grown grit

I am the same I don't get it, how unfair it is that life does not always come up in a perfect kit


Easy buddy and I know you have already asked me

Truth is, I really don't know why everything has to be a constant source of worry

I am also unsure how you overcome such a difficulty, why there are always tearful sprinkles at the party

You know what? If it was up to me I would never invite this unwanted feeling of anxiety


But then surely it does not matter if you don't always see a perfect gong on the road to be long

That's said it would be nice if growing up was not coming at such a high price




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Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #13

#14
cheers I am the optimist by definition but sometimes you stumble a bit 😊

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

4 years ago #12

Always love reading your display of thoughts. Don't let the worry worry you 🤗😉🐝

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #11

#10
Thanks CityVP \ud83d\udc1d Manjit always an enlightening and insightful point of view. Duplication or multiplication that is the question when it comes to wearing a mask :-)

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #10

#11
that's a good tactic Ken Boddie I like the chocolate strategy too :-)

Ken Boddie

4 years ago #9

Personally, Pascal, I reckon that the best way to tell anxiety to bugger off is to break al those probs down to little bite size pieces of chocolate. After all who doesn't like chocolate? As for your expenditure problem, being of Scots origin, I never did pay the price and. consequently never did grow up. 👶🏻

CityVP Manjit

4 years ago #8

There is a reason why when we were young some of us thought more of Catcher in the Rye where the mask is on real tight when we were young. Now I celebrate J.D. Salinger for a totally different reason, that he managed to hold on to his privacy and did not caught up in the bubble of the fame that came his way. At 16 the mask may be more than just anxious, but an act also, at 56 the mask begins to drip off revealing the face of life with an age. That is exactly why I don't like personal branding, for this is a way of making the mask the socially acceptable persona - so I prefer the reality of skin, when we know we have been skin deep and our brand is body armor against a society still driven by economic anxieties. Want to see how skin deep - criticize a persons personal brand and watch the mask begin to bleed.

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #7

#6
thanks Joanne Gardocki I did not it is from Alexander Snow 😀

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #6

#7
thanks Praveen Raj Gullepalli always picking up on the right trigger 😀

#4
True, we are complex behind walls wide but imperceptible. ;-))

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #4

#3
Indeed @Julio Angel \ud83d\udc1dLopez Lopez sometimes people hide their anxiety behind mask in a pretty good way which makes harder it to detect :-)

They are words to use in different pictures. It depends on who you paint. Thanks Pascal Derrien

Pascal Derrien

4 years ago #2

#1
thanks Gert Scholtz anxiety in pre teens and how you go about it is not a great seller 😏 Glad you liked it

Gert Scholtz

4 years ago #1

Pascal Derrien A real gem on a big subject - thanks Pascal - wonderfully original.

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