Communication and consent and all the best parts of a functional realistic relationship
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The Bystander Effect dictates that the more people that are present to an emergency situation, the less likely it is that anyone will step up and do something unprompted.
Bravery is for story book heroes, in your opinion. Fantastic tales of daring do have never been your cup of tea. You're not brave, after all -- anxiety has made terror flow under your skin with as much familiarity and regularity as your heartbeat. You much prefer to stay in your own lane, keep to yourself, and try not to trouble anyone unnecessarily with your problems. If the world needs a hero, you're pretty sure it won't ever be you.
But then again, sometimes the world has other ideas. After all, how can you remain a bystander when you think a kid is about to do something terribly sad and stupid?
You never imagined you'd find answers to questions you had never let yourself ask.
What makes a person Brave, anyway?
Currently Written to: Post Waterfall
- Part 1 of What Makes a Person Brave