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How to Spot an Identity Crisis

I stopped drinking and realized I’m not an extrovert

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I was a party girl — it was an identity to me as much as it was a label.

I started partying around 13 years old. My friends and I would sneak booze or liqueur from our parents’ bars. We would drink in the woods and run when the cops came to break up the party.




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Kristina Jancar

Kristina Jancar

Fortune 100 Leader. Mama. Storyteller. Poet. Yoga Teacher. I feel my feelings—and I write about: Lifestyle | Health | Mindfulness | Self | Leadership✨

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