Oct 23, 2018
On this week’s episode Marcy and Ashley talk preconceived notions, judging a book by its cover, and fair warnings. People say that when you first meet someone, you’re not meeting them but you’re meeting their “representative.” Very few of us really put our genuine selves out there for the world to see. Instead we slowly expose our real selves, our flaws, and everything we keep behind our masks. But if we were to tell the truth, how would people see us? If we came with a warning label, what would it say about us, and how would others respond to us based on that? Listen as we explore our own warning labels, the traits that we hide, and whether we should be more transparent and just provide people with proper warning.
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