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The Regret of Silence
Updated: 9/26/2019
The Regret of  Silence
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  • Hello!!
  • I'll keep to myself. I'm to scared.
  • Hi everyone!!
  • Oh wow! That's great! Okay you need to practice monologues and get your head shots done.
  • Hey daddy, I want to be an actress.
  • Selective Mutism? I had no idea what that was. It sounded scary. Is that why I can't talk? Is so, how do you fix this?
  • ACTION!!!
  • I opened up to a good amount of people, but then I moved to Maryland. I had a fresh start in 4th grade, but my Selective Mutism just didn't want to leave.
  • This is my family and I'm so thankful for them!!
  • As I got older, I eventually adapted and got comfortable-ish. Especially since I changed my career choice at age 10.
  • See on the big screen!
  • I am nothing but proud of her!
  • That's my sips!
  • You heard it... ACTRESS. My career went from baker to fashion designer to actress and film director.
  • Anxiety is still something I deal with. Thanks to everyone who helped me through this journey. Acting has helped me a lot which is also why I love it. I am a different person because of my family, therapists and acting. Sometimes when I look back, I wish I didn't have SM, so I could get the best of my childhood. Being silent for half my life took a toll on soaking up my childhood fun.
  • I am now 17 and acting has given me the opportunity to do things I never thought I could do. Acting allows me to be the kid I never got to be. I am so thankful for everything that has happened to me. I will never forget my SM journey. There's nothing left to say but, SEE YOU ON THE BIG SCREEN!!
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