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I Don't Belong Here ( I am not like the others at this place; I should not be here; I am not comfortable here because i am different ... )

"I Don't Belong Here"

You say "I don't belong here" when you do not feel comfortable where you are and you think you should not be at that place.

Example: "This is a high school dance and I am 25 years old. I don't belong here."

You feel that you do not "fit in" because you are not like the other people at a place where you "don't belong".

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