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Humans of Concordia

Photo by Maddie Malat.
Photo by Maddie Malat.

I like my comfort zone, because it’s like a safety blanket, protecting me from judgment for the things I do. A lot of my mannerisms are really weird and out there, mostly because of my friends … they’re all more loud than I am, so I feel more comfortable being obnoxious.

I met them at Concordia. They’re my lifelong friends, because we’ve been through a lot together. They push me out of my comfort zone all the time, because they know I am more reserved. I find myself being a lot more flexible because of them. They encourage me to be spontaneous. Lifelong friends are the ones that love you no matter what you do, no matter the circumstance. 

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