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Being your Unique Self can create more happiness than Simply trying to 'fit in.'

You Don’t Have to Be Someone who “Just Fits In” to be Happy

How Bullying Affects both Parents and Children I was the girl at school who never seemed to ‘fit in.’ I wasn’t the trendiest girl in school, and I never wore high fashioned clothes or followed fashion trends either. In fact, it wasn’t always because my parents couldn’t afford them, it was also a matter of choice.

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Written by Carol Townend

I write on platforms across the web on many different topics, including domestic violence and mental health.  I am a mental health champion with time to change, and I am an upcoming author.  I also write short stories created from my imagination and stories on parenting.  I hope you enjoy reading my articles.

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