((PSA: No one else can tell you who you are except you, but god can they try. And after a while, you might believe them. You might start asking who you really are. And that’s normal, but not a good feeling.
If you find yourself asking “who am I” a lot, keep something on hand to remind you of a part of your identity that you’re proud of. For me, it’s my Scout neckerchief (among other things). I can glance down when I need to and see the crude friendship knot and the green cloth, and I know that I am a part of something. Maybe it’s a scarf you knitted, or a friendship bracelet, or a little dragon pin, or a simple Sharpie tattoo of your name.
I’m no expert by any means. Please don’t assume I actually know anything about this. I just think it helps to have a visual touchstone reminder, if you will. Keep yourself centered, friends. And don’t forget to eat your food and take a shower if you need to.)) -Mod K