“I’m an adult and I’m afraid of heights”
I’m an 18-year-old college student, and I don’t know how I got here.
I’ve been to the University of Colorado, a major school in Colorado, twice, once to attend a class with a professor, and then again to get a new job.
I’m not afraid of height.
I have a small waist, but I’ve always had the confidence that I could walk across the room, stand up, and walk.
I don´t even think about walking.
I get up, walk across my room, and just enjoy being in my room.
It’s been so enjoyable.
I even do some research online.
And I think it´s really interesting because I think there are so many people who are not necessarily comfortable with heights. I mean, I´ve never been a tall person, but, um, I have always been really comfortable in my personal space.
It´s not like I am not confident in my own height, because I am tall, but it is something that I feel is important.
I think that when you look at tall people in general, they are so tall.
I think tall people are the most vulnerable, um.
There are times when people will just want to hug and hug and hold and, uh, get to be friends with them and that kind of thing, but then they are, you know, just…
There are so few tall people.
And that, I think, is really important.
Because, um …
I think height is an incredibly powerful thing.
I believe that it, um — and I am going to say this to you, but you don’t want to hear this — you don´ve got to be tall, to be the most powerful person in the world.
You just need to be in your right place at the right time.
And if you are not in your place at that time, then people who look up to you are going to be like, Oh, this person has the power.
They are going, Oh my God.
And then, you are just going to get ridiculed.
I know I was once in a situation where I was walking along the sidewalk and somebody was telling me, You can´t just walk along the street and be able to walk up and down like a normal person.
That, to me, was the most frightening thing, because people don´ts believe that you can just go up and walk down.
And they are going crazy.
So, I know, I just feel like I have to try to get up more often, and maybe be more confident.
And yeah, I do feel like people who don´ta know me or don´tis like they are really insecure about their height.
But, you see, it is so important that, you can be in the right place, and you can make yourself into a stronger person.
And so, I want to try and be more assertive with myself and more confident in myself, because that is, like, the only thing that I can do.
And you know what?
I think being tall, I feel like, is just a marker that I am an example of that.
And also, it makes me feel more connected with other people.
Because I feel that people look at me and they are like, Look at this person, and they know that I have the ability to do that.
That I am, like…
That I can go to the gym, and work out, and be in shape.
And it is just, I mean it feels good to be a part of a community that supports people like that.
So yeah, for me, height is a marker of power.
But I think the biggest thing that it does is that it makes it easier for me to feel like other people care about me, and that they, like you said, feel like they can take care of me.
I feel better knowing that people are not going to judge me, because they can’t, like I can be, like a walking, talking, tall person and they will know.
Because people will, like the, the people will respect me and be like Oh, I really like that person.
I will be in touch.
I won´t be, you will see me in person, because, you have to.
And people will be like Wow, I like that!
And being tall has helped me in so many ways.
I am able to be more social, because there are a lot of people around me that are taller than me.
So there are times where I can just feel comfortable with other tall people around, and like, I can say something that no one else can.
And because I know that people care, I also know that they will, um I am really, really grateful.
I can give back to the community.
I was able to get my degree and be an associate professor.
And now, I work for