We had the friend “break up” when we were about 16 and we were both so much happier because of it.’ ‘I never had a “teenage rebellion” phase.
I loved knitting, dressmaking and reading, and joined a book club.
For the purpose of this piece, however, I'd like to focus on the people who remember high school a little differently.
Specifically, those who weren't as “popular” as others.
While the possibility of being “unpopular” in high school typically poses one of the biggest fears adolescents face en route to adulthood – in my opinion, it's probably for the best.
Sure, this might be hard to conceptualize – especially after watching seven seasons of “Boy Meets World” – but I promise you there are benefits to being “not so cool” in high school.