courage from exhaustion

Perhaps it takes courage to be disliked.
However, exhaustion provokes the same response: your core authenticity is exposed and governs your interactions without politeness.

Exposing your needs over niceties can appear as courage and empower you to be more fully yourself.

Courage arrives late: courage comes after the act and after the proving, but once there, it can aid you in the future.

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