“The clothes a surgeon wears help to present an image. The lab coats and badges and scrubs… all work together to indicate a person of authority… someone you can trust. When the clothes come off, that’s a different story. We’re sensitive, vulnerable… human… and just as prone to questionable judgment as anybody else. It might be hard for a surgeon to admit… but there’s no shame in simply being human. It can be a relief to stop hiding… to accept who you really are and let the world see you that way, too. A little self-awareness never hurt anybody. Because when you know who you are… it’s easier to know what you’re about… and ultimately… what you really need.”

(Meredith Grey)

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