Are you trying to be something you are not?
People want change but sometimes change takes them further than expected. Do you think being yourself is a better experience than to be someone you are not?
Well if I am not yet a successful person and I want to be successful I guess that would be so. If you mean changing who I really am as a person then no. I do have some things I wish I could change as far as behavior and thinking but I am content with who I am deep down.
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