#3: The Law Of Role-Playing - Deepstash
#3: The Law Of Role-Playing

#3: The Law Of Role-Playing

We are all playing a role and wearing a mask. We like to present ourselves in a good way, that makes us seem confident, kind and likable. We like to conceal our negative traits, emotions and intentions. Personality comes from Latin “persona” which means masks. Wearing a mask protects us. Never be blinded by other people’s appearances and try to see through their masks to see their true self.

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sonnixo

Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene is a book that I think everyone should read at least once in their lifetime.

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