Jerriann Sullivan

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Anyone who agrees to be interviewed must decide where to draw the line between what is public and what is private. But the line can shift, depending on who is asking the questions. What puts someone on guard isn’t necessarily the fear of being found out. It sometimes is just the fear of being misunderstood.

Terry Gross (via anthophobia)

(via nprfreshair)

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