ADD (Authenticity Deficit Disorder)

We all know people who we just know are "fake." Just because someone comes across as inauthentic, it doesn't mean that they are bad people, it just means that haven't fallen love with the person staring back at them when they peer into the mirror.  I would even go as far to say that most people even have moments that we contour who we are to fit the perception of those we hope to be received by. What if I told you that the way to thrive was not by duplicating someone else's process, but by trusting your own?