What would be more revealing, being caught in a room full of strangers physically naked or fully clothed and emotionally naked?

Perhaps you think the answer is obvious but it never is.   Ive talked about it before, the difficult people have taking or even giving a compliment.  The idea of speaking up and afraid of not being heard, whether professional or personally.  For some, standing in a room full of strangers without a stick of clothing is a walk in the park.  After all, clothing is tangible, vulnerability…not so much.

Would the feeling of awkwardness linger longer in the buff or after that “difficult conversation?”

Perhaps there is no difference.  What we wear or don’t wear is always up for another person’s judgement whether we like to or not, just as the words we say are.

Music mood:   “Dirty Lie” – Secret Sisters

Now I am leaving what can you do? 

Neurally yours,

in the buff