how a werewolf feels
What does it feel like to be a werewolf?
Being a werewolf feels alot like how being the last person in the world would feel…isolated and special at the same time. Imagine that scenario for a moment – a scenario where you were the last person on earth. How would you feel? You would have noone to talk to about your unique situation. Noone of your kind that you could relate with or share your experiences with. You would feel extremely lonely at times, and probably very excited at other times. This is how being a werewolf feels….lonely and exciting. Confusing sometimes and enlightening at other times. Werewolves feel emboldened by their strengths, and humbled at the same time because of them. Werewolves are intuitive and smart, but can also feel the vast expanse of how much they still have to learn.
These feelings come with the hard fact that the werewolf experience is a difficult one. This is taken for granted by humans who want to be a werewolf. Humans envy the werewolf before even thinking how it must feel to be one. They just assume that all their problems would go away if they were a werewolf. The thoughts by these humans is Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be a werewolf? To feel strong and confident, brave and invincible? Well, yes it would, but being a werewolf is not always easy. It requires having a tough skin – both mentally and physically. You have to be able to withstand immature ridicules, confused mocking, and condescending remarks…especially and specifically if you make yourself vulnerable by identifying yourself as a werewolf – as many commenters do on this site. For this good reason, there are many many werewolves that do not identify themselves as such publicly.