So like did you really like football but now hate football. Did you believe in god and now longer beleive.
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I think I am still almost the same. Because I have been born with a very strong visual disability, I have always been more mature than other people my age. All my teachers complimented me on that but the truth is: I just had to be that way. Already at a young age, I had to think about my future a lot. I had to think of how I can be good at school to have decent chances later on in life, I had to talk to a lot of adults (doctors, nurses, social security people, explain my disability and my special needs to teachers etc.) and of course I had (and still have) to constantly worry about the future of my eyes (my condition is incurable and will eventually lead to complete blindness (unfortunately, it is very rare and thus, no doctor can tell me when. It could be in a few months or it could be in 20 years). Because of this, I have always been quite a serious person who thought a lot about life and reflected on himself. Thus, my values and my opinions haven't really changed. Already when I was 12 or 13 I thought about the big questions in life and I came to pretty similar conclusions as I do now. I think the major difference is that nowadays I know better what I actually want (when I was a teenager I had a few weird girlfriends that I wouldn't date if I met them today) and I have become a calmer, maybe in some aspects a little more cynical person. But that's pretty much it.0