Is it normal that I'm not like most of my peers ?
Teenagers are addicted to wattpad these days.
Very normal. Find your own unique inner voice and expression as early as possible. Live on your own terms. It will pay off big time in the long run. You have to be strong to walk your own path, but that is the secret for the genius.
Perfecty normal! I'm different from people my own age as well. Just because we are different doesn't mean we have to change. And just because you find yourself different from them doesn't mean you can't be friends with them. We are all different, after all.
You're peers won't think you're normal, but you really are. I think it's more normal from an individual perspective to be yourself and pursue your own interests.
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