Growing up and trying to fit in usually go together. At some point, trying to fit in is like trying to wear the wrong size shoe. It may work for a while, but our feet let us know we need shoes that fit properly. How much of our unhappiness is trying to fit in with popular thought? At our core, we know what to do and when to do it.
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