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I’ll be me

Almost all young people worry about figuring out what they are going to be when they grow up.


Because they’ve been asked this stupid, cliché question many times over.

All sorts of well-meaning adults asked them this question. Parents, teachers, relatives, neighbors, therapists, etc.

The whole society demands that we, in our late teens (or early 20s at the latest), know who we are going to be when we grow up.

And we worry so much about those poor young adults who haven’t figured it out yet. We freak out.




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Lukasz Laniecki

Lukasz Laniecki

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