Tag Archives: Erin Soderberg

November 11

Loving Your Quirks by Erin Soderberg

Growing up, I longed to be less weird. I spent much of my youth obsessing over how different I was from all of my friends: taller, stranger, less coordinated, always-saying-the-wrong-thing-at-the-wrong-time-ier. For years, I thought I was the only kid who felt this way. I just assumed everyone else had figured it out, that they had […]