Getting Prolific, Day 26: Constraints Equal Freedom

Funny thing is, constraints are often presented as negative from the outside looking in. We live in a culture that fetishizes freedom and infinite choice, and so, people may notice your restricting conditions and label you as neurotic, obsessive compulsive or eccentric.

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