Last week, I turned 20 years old. It is a big stepping stone in my life. Most people would consider 18 or 21 more important for their life, but I think 20 means more to me.
Being 20 represents so much more because you are no longer labeled as a teenager. I realized I was a TB/DL around age 12-ish, have grown with this part of my life through my teenage years, and have now officially become a AB.
I will still identify best as being a little kid, and know that that will always be in my heart, but this age is really bringing me down and back into reality. As a teenager, I feel as though being a DL or TB for that matter is somehow more acceptable than as an adult.
Might I be able to get any words of wisdom from some of the older audience as to how to cope with identifying as an AB, and not feel as though this part of their life is so taboo??