Who am I?

As I look at the familiar faces that surround me in a classroom, I begin picking out different personalities. Each person has a certain style, taste in music, and hobbies. But me? I am afraid that line is blurred. Depending on who I am near, my interests morph into something new. I don’t know who I am. I could not explain to you my personality because it changes to much to be identifiable. I know I should just be myself, but how can I when I don’t know who I am? How can I be myself when I don’t know who I want to be? This may just be apart of growing up, but it’s so frustrating.



4 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. You’re right; it is part of growing up. You may think you’re being a chameleon by changing your interests based on people you’re around but that’s actually one of the easiest ways to find out what you actually like. Just take notice of when you’re happiest and what you’re doing and who you’re with at that moment. Hope it helps. All the best.

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