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2013 Mental Health Humor - Anxiety Inner-Ear LIFE of  - Chato StewartThe Inner-Ear LIFE of a Cotton Swab
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Mess up Q-tip: I feel so used!
In her world, an earwig protects you from getting used.[/caption]

It’s a harsh world for a Q-tip, getting dipped, stuck and poked in all sorts of places that they are not even intended for use.  The emotional stress on this kind of life has to take its toll never knowing how or where you will end up…(bad choose of words).

Whether running away from the baby care and beauty care use or in the hand of those little kiddos using them for arts and crafts…That is the best way to go!  But the sad truth is the life of a cotton swab ends in a waxy waste or a mucus sludge.  Used up and tossed away like yesterday’s trash.  It is the innovator and emotionally Swabby that learn to adapt to their every moment and to think out side the box to protect from over usage.  Emotional camouflage is like the swab thinking of wearing a wig, think about it, who wants to put an earwig (bug: Dermaptera)  into their ear?
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    Last reviewed: 26 Aug 2013

APA Reference
Stewart, C. (2013). Emotional Camouflage: I feel SO Used!. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 21, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/08/emotional-camouflage-i-feel-so-used/

 

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