Standing out and being yourself
Sara Caldwell, Sean Harvey
2) You will have the chance to meet new people. "Whatever you're like, and whatever you're into, you can probably find a group of like-minded people to fall in with if you look hard enough" ("Being True To Yourself Approach to Change").
2) You might become embarrassed. "Standing out implies greatly differentiating ourselves from those around us in some way. And as racism and stereotypes have taught us, anything that is different, is socially 'unacceptable'" ("Is Standing Out Really So Bad? Embarrassment and Self-Confidence").
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