Be The Real You

Wesley Overhults

devozine dv1644054I was never one of the cool kids. I spent the first two years of high school feeling that I wasn’t normal and that I didn’t belong anywhere. After a while, I stopped caring what people thought of me. I stopped caring about who was cool and who wasn’t. I had my own group of friends, and that was good enough for me.

I had finally realized that the clique you belong to doesn’t matter as long as you can be yourself and find a group of friends who love you for who you are.

—from devozine (January/February 2015). Copyright © 2014 by The Upper Room®. All rights reserved.

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