I am in the same boat. I think for a lot of people, it is just not worth it to put themselves out there. We are taught to be the “one” and not the “others.” I am not so sure. I am happy to be included and I will continue to be happy to be included.

When we are included we are usually the only ones to notice, and that’s okay. Some of us are included to help us be the better person we can be. I am happy to be included in the conversation and glad that it is happening. You should be too.

We are also the ones who, when we are included, feel like we are the only ones who notice, but we are not. We are included to help us feel included. We are included to help us be included. We are included to help us feel included.

I was really hoping to be included in the conversation, but I guess I’ve been out of the loop for a while now.

Speaking of that, I think we’ve all probably rung the “we have to be included to be included” bell a few times, but I have to be honest and say that I think most of us (myself included) could use a little bit more. We have to be included to be included. We are included to help us feel included, which in turn helps us feel included ourselves.

Not being included is like not being included to be included. I think it’s a really good thing to feel included. And I think it’s incredibly challenging to feel included. When I feel included, I think I feel better. When I feel included, I feel good.

Of course you are. I think I feel good when I have my own little corner of this world. But in a way, I feel bad when I think I have to share my space with someone else.

I think I’m still a bit of a hypocrite, but I think I am not a part of the “inclusion movement.” I don’t think that I’m included because I feel included. I think I’m included because I am an asshole. I think I’m included because I am a narcissist. I think I’m included because I’m a fucking asshole.

I feel included too. I feel included because I feel included. I feel included because I feel included. I feel included because I feel included. I feel included because I feel included.

There have been many attempts to get people to include others, but we have seen no result. People still won’t even consider the idea of inclusion. Their reasoning is: We aren’t as good as you. We aren’t as smart as you. We aren’t as strong as you. We aren’t as kind as you. We aren’t as strong as you. We aren’t as funny as you. We aren’t as smart as you. We aren’t as kind as you.

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