your wolf identity

Some werewolves enjoy and would rather keep their identity hidden from the general public, but there are a growing number of them that feel it is no longer necessary to do so. Newer werewolves are feeling a sense of awareness and togetherness immediately once they locate a wolf community. And because of these feelings and strong emotions emanating from the community more and more werewolves are feeling comfortable with sharing who they really are. It should be noted however that there are many who never reveal themselves at all…

It could be the sense of belonging and shared responsibility that brings the wolves together and allow them to share with each other their feelings and thoughts. The sense of bonding and camaraderie that brings different groups or packs together in one place can help the process. Different packs do come together to provide each other with advice and tips for others while at the same time staying with their original packs. And the loners find communities to get the same sense of “packness” that comes with belonging in an actual pack, the lone wolf can now join a community if only for a short period of time just to gain the confidence and wisdom necessary to proceeded in the long journey by his or herself, if they continue to choose to do so.

But it’s not long before others interfere in community activities often times criticizing and demeaning the community as a whole rather than providing the support necessary for the experience. These people who many times are confused humans try to break down the bonding experience of the community because they themselves lack  a sense of belonging to any community. They seek answers themselves to questions about their personal life that they cannot answer, and instead of seeking answers to their own problems or life struggles they make attempts to destroy others experiences they seek in life. They are confused, they need support too, they have yet to find an open society that will allow then to enter, until they find the wolf community who has the most patience and wisdom of them all. The community is willing to accept these people, if these people are willing  to accept who they really are.



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

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3 Responses

  1. Jo says:

    yey! can demons join in?

  2. Jo says:

    i want to kick all those those human spammers that gets in there. woot woot!

  3. ArgharnaWelyn says:

    @Jo: me too

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