Steph Song: I was incredibly shy and was always trying to fit in, but never did. That was the sad part of my childhood. When you're a child, you want things to be stable. I was watching my young cousins the other day and realized they watch the same Disney cartoon over and over and over again because it's safe, they know what's coming next, there aren't going to be unpleasant surprises. Children want the security of knowing what is happening next. When you spend your entire childhood moving around like I did, you learn never to expect what's familiar to be there when you turn around. Mom and I counted that I went to something like fifteen different schools before I even was in grade nine. That's a lot of schools and trying to fit into a new group of friends. And then the second you start feeling comfortable, you're off again. Then you discover a whole new set of bullies in your new school and just when you made your peace with them you're off to meet another set of bullies. It's not such a great way to grow up. But as a result I learned to adapt quickly.