Hey there! I have been struggling for quite a while with feeling guilty about the way I am. I identify as bisexual and non-binary and recently I got my hair cut in order to be able to express myself a little better. I do however feel guilty over this. This is exactly what I wanted and I love my hair and wearing more masculine/unisex clothing when I want to, but I feel like such a disappointment to my family. We live in a fairly conservative area and frankly, I stick out like a sore thumb. I have one older sibling, and he is everything that my parents could want in a son. He has graduated uni and currently has a full time job and he is thinking about settling down and buying a house of his own. He is quiet, whereas I am very loud and brash and tend to get on peoples' nerves. He never makes any trouble for our parents whereas I have always been a headache for them imo. I love him to bits, but I always compare the two of us and he ends up coming up trumps every time. And my gender expression is another thing you can add to my list of annoyances. My parents have always been as loving and supportive of me as possible and they have never said any of this stuff about me, but I always feel like the black sheep of the family and like I make their life difficult. I wish I could just be "normal" and not be like this. I'm sorry if this is not very coherent and sounds very whiny. I've been going through a rough time lately, and I am finding it very hard to accept myself at the moment. Thanks for listening to me.