Fighting Demons

Oh, sometimes you let people have their delusions.

I get it now.

If you take them away you might leave them defenceless against things they can’t cope with.

I have never been very good at letting people have their delusions. This is perhaps because I have had (and certainly still have) many, and the only way I have been able to shift them is by having them identified by others. This is how I have grown and I value that.

But I suppose if you don’t want to grow, the removal of them could be painful. And how to tell the difference.

It took me a long while to figure that one out, eh.

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