While PostSecret can be cathartic for others, the project turned out to be a form of therapy for Warren, as it has allowed him to share himself more than he ever has before.
"I think maybe I needed PostSecret more than anybody else did," he said. "The community of people in PostSecret encourages me to share the most painful secrets, to free my secrets and become who I am. I think that when we keep secrets, we don't realize those secrets can keep us, too."
Warren said he could walk on the stage at the Performing Arts Center and announce that his is quitting the project for good, but there is a goal in life he needs to continue to accomplish. Not only does it fulfill his fascination with postcards he's had since he was a child, but he is able to help others who need a voice.
"My greatest goal in life is to give a voice to those not being heard.""