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Anonymous

Is it ok to grow and change a lot as a person?
i’m a 15 year old, and I feel like I’ve changed A LOT… during these few months of quarantine. I was always a judgmental bitch in school before… i wasn’t straight-up mean, but a lot of the kids in my grade assumed that I was snobby (all because of my resting bitch face and also the fact that I’m a top student). i realised that i didn’t have a genuine, positive group of friends, and even though i liked to admit i wasn’t influenced by them, i did sometimes go with what they felt about a person, and i hate myself for having done that.

when i go back to school, i wanna be seen differently but i know that won’t be easy. i just really really wish everyone tries to get to know each other better, and makes the effort to talk to other people besides their own friend circle.

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Anonymous

I don’t know much about making friends because I only have a few. But I found that listening to someone attentively is the best way to gain someone’s trust and become friends…
I hope this could be of some help…

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Anonymous

you’re so right! lending a listening ear to somebody can mean so much to them…thank you for this<3

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Anonymous

Yeah people do change a lot while growing up. I guess it happens due to exposure to the world outside our regular realm. So yeah not to get intimidated by change but to be a bit accepting by yourself might help and conversations with people who are just a tad bit older will help a lot…
I hope my words were a bit of help

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Anonymous

yessss i feel like it has a lot to do with an increased amount of exposure through certain online events and camps I’ve attended during the quarantine. I’ve met different kinds of people, most of whom were very laid back and positive, and I realised how much of a difference that made. your words were very helpful, thank you:)

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Anonymous

Ok listen, it’s totally fine to change. You will grow through many more changes in the upcoming years.
Saying this from my personal experience. I did go through some behavioral changes during my early teen years. And some people around me found it weird but I was liking the new. I even had some conflicts with them regarding the same but now they are used to the new me.
So just saying, don’t worry about what others will think of the new you. Those who want to stay with you will stay and others will leave. And that’s all okay. You do you, buddy.
Have a great day!

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Anonymous

thank you for sharing your experience! it’s comforting to know that someone else had gone through this. I’ve always had this idea of people having a distinct and extreme personality (maybe it’s because of my sitcom obsession) and that they never change. or that they are true to themselves in every social situation. and whenever that didn’t happen with me, I felt like I was in the wrong, or that I was weird for not having a certain personality type.
i will learn to accept myself, despite all the changes I will go through the years, and realise that those who stay, are the ones worth my time & energy. i hope you have a great day too, thank you<3

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Anonymous

As what they say change is the only permanent thing in the world so embrace the changes because it is still you if you learned to value connections and friendships now that there is a pandemic that is good because you have realized one of the things you have been missing when it was normal. Stay positive and find good friends as much as you can when possible just be extra careful because the internet world can be weird sometimes.

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