How does where you live shape who you are?

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My environment has always had a huge effect on who I am. My parents are both from other countries, so I feel both connected to this country and very disconnected. In either of my parent's countries I feel an outsider too. However I feel routed to all three countries, fragments of personality and identity derived from each. I feel a part of the world, but not a particular place. Travel is very important to me. In a domestic interpretation of the question, where you live has an incredible effect on a person's psychology, for good of bad. I have experienced a lot of different houses / homes and know the lasting effects of where I have lived.
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