Once upon a time there was a little girl who lived in a glass castle.

Stop laughing so loud warned the walls,

you’ll send cracks through my perfect visage.

Stop walking like that cried the floors,

you’ll break my smooth glossy finish.

In the glass castle’s crusade to find perfectionism the little girl cried.

What’s wrong with my laughter?

Why can’t I walk like that?

How come I can’t do anything right?

These criticisms would become the little girl’s best friends during the years she lived in the glass castle. After a very long time the little girl was finally allowed to leave the glass castle, but by that time it was too late. Those insecurities that had kept the little girl company since her childhood had turned into her forever friend, anxiety. And this is where our story begins.