For so many years, I lived in fear of what other people have to say. I was always afraid of what could happen if I spoke my truth. If I shared something, what would people think? What would they say? What would the inevitable response be? Recently, I realized it doesn't matter what other people think. If they support me, they support me and I appreciate the love. If they don't, it says more about them than it does it about me. Letting go of the boundary I had created out of fear gave me more love and support than I ever thought was possible. I learned that telling my truth isn't as scary as my anxiety tells me it is. I can put myself out there, still have anxiety, and feel extraordinarily grateful all that the same time. I can take down the boundary, do the thing I'm scared to do while feeling the fear, and appreciate the beautiful view. Both things can be true.