Exposure to me is when people see all of you. Every flaw and beauty. For me it's when they see the most true and raw emotions and pieces of you. I don't think of it as this negative flaw that is exposing parts of me I want to hide but rather showing who I truly I am. I believe those who are close to you see this exposure. There are different elements of life that bring out different parts of you. For me, becoming a wife and mother exposed different parts and emotions of me I didn't know was there. Family and friends were opened up to a whole new vault of flaws and perfections. I picture it like you standing there in all white; plain and pure and everything just beaming from you.
If a personal response was not written from the interviewee, I personally wrote response to the interview.