Finding yourself in a world made for others

We live in a society where they expect us to fit a certain persona, a certain type, or a certain way of thinking, and if you break out of that mold, you’re seen as the weird kid. Even our clothes are made to fit a certain way, some clothes only come in a small choice of colours in each size, or sometimes the clothes are only made to a certain size. We’re supposed to “fit in” but that’s completely wrong. “When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome.” — Wilma Rudolph I learned that firsthand as I was growing up. When I was little, in Elementary school, I never fit in. I was always picked on, made fun of, and never had friends, mainly

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