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“Moving out to a different place and starting all over I, I’m not having an identity crisis, but I am having to reevaluate who I am. In the past I could always act how I wanted to act and I would have the closest friends of 10 years who, even if they wanted to leave me, it would kind of be too late. Now that I’m in a new city though, I feel like the person that I really am might be a bit much… I constantly am struggling internally with how I should act - do I stay true to myself and just wait for people to come along who appreciate that? Or do I just grow up and act more professional, or rather change the way I am to fit in more with society; that maybe I should tone down who I am as a person. This internal struggle has been really weighing me down. But I think I’ve come to the conclusion that I shouldn’t have to change who I am to make friends or fit in. If I am confident in myself and I know that inherently I’m not a bad person - maybe that I’m just a little bit quirky - that all the right people will come along in life.”

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