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a few months now i've had these self esteem problems.

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So for a few months now i've had these self esteem problems. I'm European and i wish i was Korean, Chinese or Japanese. I started thinking "Hey, there's a ton of cities in those countries. I'm not from them... How?!" I just don't have luck... Help?


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replied November 22nd, 2015
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Welcome to e health forum.

There is nothing to be worried or feeling bad that you are a european.

There are many more people in Asia or Africa, who would wish to be a European.

If you think, that you do not fit in your home country, you always have a choice to relocate to the city of your choice.

Consult a immigration expert who can help you figure it out.

I hope this helps.


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