“You keep expecting people not to be themselves.” So, this quote basically 1000000% relates to me, and it is from one of my favorite books, Paper Towns. My mom calls me on it all the time, but I am constantly expecting people to be like me or just a better version of themselves. Another quote from the book that I think basically summarizes the whole plot is, “What a treacherous thing to believe a person is more than a person.” I think I expect everyone to, not quite be perfect, but just be how I picture them. People should always be on time, people should be 100% dedicated to what they are doing, etc. It is often hard for me to come to terms with how people truly are. I, like the character in the book, need to realize that these little things that bother us really don’t matter. We have to step back and look at the whole picture. Sometimes things don’t work out, or plans fall through, but in the long run it is all okay. I really hope this made sense and someone could relate. I think we all just need to accept each other fully.