Are you an Eccedentesiast?

Definition: Someone who hides their pain behind a smile.

Nichee Kay

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An analysis of a new word submission into the English Dictionary.

In this article, I will explore 2 scenarios where the word “Eccedentesiast” is commonly used, and then breaking it down into 3 parts:

A) The theory.
B) How to use it in a sentence?
C) Does it really work, in real life?

Scenario 1 : When you don’t want to make a big deal out of a situation.

Sometimes it takes more out of you to deal with something than to pretend it away.

A) The theory.

Back in the days, people tend to bottle up their feelings.

However, we all know now that repression is unhealthy for you in the long run. If you take the viewpoint of a bystander, it’s pretty depressing to watch too.

Actually, people are cleverer than they look. They can immediately tell when you are keeping something from them. It’s pretty obvious even if you don’t say a word.

Bad news is: the more you repress, the more their curiosity will grow and the more annoying they get to try and probe it out of you.

Clearly you don’t want that.

In theory, eccedentesiasts subscribe to the same repression idea but they execute it differently.

Instead of just hiding their pain on the inside, they create a ruse to turn down the attention that they might attract to themselves.

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Nichee Kay

Entrepreneur 🕯 | Writer 📝: All about Authenticity💯 & Self-love❤️