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“I also grew up in a house where speaking about your feelings or emotions and what’s going on in your head was frowned upon,” he described. Even as he found music, which allowed him an outlet to express his emotions, he often was not able to listen to his music in front of others because he felt too exposed, and open to judgment.
“If I’ve been very honest in a song, it’s difficult for me to sit in a room with people I don’t know and listen to the song with them.
“If I could speak I'd tell you all my fears and deprivations; If I could feel I'd take away your pain; If I could bleed I'd show you all my scars and imperfections; If I could breathe I'd hold you in my veins” From “Let You Down” by Seether For Shaun Morgan—songwriter and vocalist of the band Seether—being vulnerable has never been easy.
His first memories are of the abandonment he felt from his biological mother following his parents’ divorce. She often left us in a car in the middle of the night when she was sleeping with a married man,” Morgan told me.
“I really wanted that family, and I really wanted to be part of that family unit.
And I really thought this was going to be my nucleus and my happy place,” Morgan lamented.
And what follows is judgment…So what I do for a living is I get up on stage where I feel most vulnerable and most exposed and yet I enjoy it.
And you go, ‘life is great.’ And that becomes a habit.
“And we’d be sitting in the cold by ourselves literally 11 or 12 at night.
“And it was more important for her to sleep with this guy.” Morgan recalled one particularly terrifying night when he was five; his mother was gone all night and he and his brother did not know where she was. I woke up to look for her and she wasn’t in the apartment,” he recalled.
“That vulnerability was instilled in me at such a young age that it’s carried through my entire adult life.
The feeling of being abandoned in the middle of the night when you’re so small, and the fear of it happening again.