If you feel like an outcast, do you think other people pushed you out or did you choose to be an outcast? Or even kept yourself out from the beginning?
If you have "different" tastes or hobbies - do you think you chose those "different" things to like *because* you're an outcast or are you an outcast *because* of your tastes and hobbies?
Are you an outcast because of the way you look?
Do you make yourself look different because you already feel like an outcast?
What do you think of the outcasts you know, if you aren't one yourself?
Do you think *everyone* feels like an outcast?
What are your thoughts?
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I used to be quite an outcast from primary up to high school. At first it was unvoluntary - I just didn't click with other kids. For that reason I dived in books and music, and consiquently started to oppose myself to others in a self-chosen way, although I'd always suffered from lack of friends.
It kind of changed when I got to university. In the beginning I acted quite differently from my normal behavior, but even now when I'm feeling safer and getting back to my slightly weird style, I still hang out with more people than in all those terrible 11 years of school. I also started to realize that distancing myself from people was my own fault at some point - after all, I didn't understand even simplest principles of social behavior.
The funny thing is, although I'm deadly happy to finally have some friends, I sometimes miss my "outcast" time. At least back then I spent much more time on education and other useful stuff :)0