On January 31st "Miss Americana," a Netflix original documentary, starring Taylor Swift was released. As a long time fan, I was eager to get a taste of life behind-the-scenes for the mega pop star. To me, Taylor Swift was always relatable in terms of how she presented herself, her morals, and her overall character. Through the years, her music was where she shared her life experiences and the most vulnerable parts of herself. The documentary, however, opened my eyes to the person behind the catchy melodies and the lyrics that made everyone who listened feel a little less alone.
I came to the realization the other day, that I am the least confrontational person ever. Although it wasn't so much a realization as it was an observation. I'm a keep the peace, go with the flow, let's all just be friends kind of gal. It's my comfort zone, and I like it that way. However, there comes a time when things, or should I say life, happens and we want answers. Answers to how things turned out or how they didn't. Answers as to why your best friend ditched you and never gave an explanation. Answers to overwhelming questions like what happens after college and is this all in my head or is there really something going on? We all have questions we want answers to. Sometimes they're questions only we can answer, but most of the time it's a two way street. For me, I have a hard time confronting myself let alone anyone else. I don't even like to answer my own hard hitting questions so you can imagine my anxiety over demanding answers from another person.