When my school teachers were being polite they would mention things like “Elizabeth marches to a different beat”, or that I have an “interesting” way of looking at things. Of course there were many similar remarks that were far less complimentary. But outside of school, I have to admit these aren’t the bad things they were always made out to be. Looking at life —or just situations — from alternate perspectives, or daydreaming “what ifs” are seen as strengths, not characteristics to be beaten out of my system.
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