The phrase that comes to mind for this is that Humans are only human, until you see them break. Does this apply to you, and how you see people? Is it only at face value with the glass half empty? And if you do see them in a situation that makes them falter out of their daily facade, do you see them differently? What do your characters keep from people? Are they so good at keeping their fears, past, and emotion locked away that they appear inhuman? What happens when the pressure becomes to great? And if you were in that character's situation, what would you see? This week's challenge: Behind the Looking Glass.