As a child, I felt isolated from my peers. I was more comfortable reading a book by myself than hanging out with other kids. Therefore, I made friends quite late. But the more I got to know my friends and acquaintances, the more acute the question became: «What does my generation mean to me?» At seventeen, I believed I could grow up, and I came up with the seven stages of accepting growing up. And then I made a story about seven of my peers.
Disbelief — search for self.
Denial — emancipation from parents.
Guilt — sexual orientation.
Deal — a choice of profession.
Anger — interpretation of your personality.
Depression — total inexperience and lack of formation.
Acceptance — adults don't exist.