They will try to distort you, to keep a tight rein on you, to pigeonhole you, label you, place you “where you belong,” and nail you there. And shut up! Look inside and feel instead. Without fear, without feelings of revenge, or being an attention-seeker. What matters is to be you, whatever you’re doing.
Don’t box your creativity, or you will smother it. It is not in our nature to control the writing during the first draft. That’s madness or artistic immaturity. Plotter, planster, or pantster are empty labels. Always question yourself intending to have fun while writing. Be yourself. You will rejoice in who you are and bind readers with your smile.