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An excellent article. You’re right, Kristance. Denial is one of the first reactions to shock and/or one of the reactions to the grief process. But it is only a first step. The path to acceptance allows us to admit our fears or frailties and to not be bound by them. Everyone has insecurities. It’s part of the human condition. It’s how we choose to handle them and move forward. Good job!