What Happens When We Don’t Censor Ourselves?

Are you watching AnnE with an “E” on Netflix?

If so, I’d love to hear how you’re loving it . . .

If not and you’d like your heart broken wide open in the best possible way, I highly recommend you stop reading this and start watching AnnE now.

She is so refreshingly, sometimes painfully, uncensored. She experiences life in it’s full spectrum, from the delectably scrumptious to her blunt observation of her own “ugliness.”


Thirteen-year-old, AnnE quotes Jane Eyre, “If all the world hated you, and believed you wicked, while your own conscience approved you, and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without friends.”

Self-love 101. WOW.

I’ve watched 3 episodes and felt more alive and cried with every one. If you haven’t already, give yourself this gift.

Makes me want to add an E to my name.

As always, post your comments and experiences below…

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2 thoughts on “What Happens When We Don’t Censor Ourselves?”

  1. Dear, dear Robin, I love that you have no room for minding. What you write here sounds like Anne. Robin, what you write here is so refreshing and real. It would be impossible for no one in the world to like you AND how incredibly wonderful to know that you are not living for others to like you! I am grateful that you are here on the planet and in my world. I adore you – so, there we are – uncensored and loving each other!

  2. Dear Ann, I love this post, and although I have not see this show, of late I am very much into not censoring myself. I’ve been through SO much that I just seem to be in a place where I am more myself, more real, more honest, more aligned with who I really am. I am not mean or rude or hurtful, but just honest, who I really am. It seems to be just happening of its own accord, and I feel I have no wiggle room left to be anything but what is, no room for pretense. Some people don’t like it and may not even like me anymore, but oddly I don’t even seem to mind that. There is no room to “mind” and I like that as well. Life has become startlingly real for me this last year and with all that is still going on in my life. Interestingly, I don’t mind that I have become more real, uncensored. The other day I even felt like this “Anne” you speak of, I felt that even if no one in the whole world liked me anymore, I STILL felt my own goodness, I felt completely comfortable with that because I feel SO connected to Life, to the World, to Love, to Nature. I am deeply grateful that you are here on the planet and that you share in the way you do. You inspire and encourage and I am so…..GRATEFUL. Much love to you, dear friend. Robin xo


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