When we first started school, they taught us that the only way to get through life is by being yourself.
They taught us that being the best you there is, will get you further than being a bad copy of someone else which is of course true.
But at the same time that they’re telling us to be ourselves, they started asking us who we want to be when we grow up. As if the people we are now won’t be good enough in the future.
Read Caitlin’s full column in this Thursday’s (1 May) people’s paper.