pretending to fit in

Are you who you seem to be, or do you pretend to be someone else?

A common struggle that humans and werewolves can share is that it is hard to be who you really are. Many humans pretend to be who they are not, trying to fit into the life of being human and relating to the millions of other humans in the world. It’s hard on life when you are pushed and shoved in so many directions that you yourself get confused at who you really should be.

Werewolves share the hardship, often having a difficult time blending into another culture. The transition can be difficult and can often feel solitary, but things get easier. Try new things that the culture presents to you, new activities, new traditions, new ways of thinking, try to understand who they are and why they do the things they do. This doesn’t mean that you have to give up your own beliefs because you shouldn’t unless you are really captured by another’s way of life that might be better for everyone, it just means that you are trying to understand some of the things they do.

Sharing and learning new things is good for the werewolf and good for the human, we can help each other.



I am the second contributor to the ilovewerewolves home. Buddy is the first.

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31 Responses

  1. hey i am so lucky i am a werewolf with my best friend so we keep a journel and right down helpful hints and what to do and what not to do also we go though this difficult thing togeather and understand each other and dont have to act like someone else around each other

  2. Kelly (just is) says:

    Hey, i fit in ok, but still get the questionable look now and then for things like growls and comments. I just blend better because i use my sense of humor and go to a school of and for outcasts and people of the more unusual nature. It’s still difficult knowing i’m but my aquaintances know things about me that i selectively told them. Not to much, nor too little.

  3. kit kat says:

    @Kelly (just is): im a new one and im really scared it isnt fun and all my freinds arnt talking to me what do i do

  4. Lycanhope says:

    @kti kat: Get new friends. That may seem like a harsh thing to say, but if they can’t accept you for who you are, they’re not worth your time.

  5. werewolfman827 says:

    I love having a place to talk about being a werewolf with out being outcasted or hunted

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