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    #1

    comfortable

    Hi

    I'm definitely more comfortable in my skin now.

    --- Does it mean "now I feel better as a person"?

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    Re: comfortable

    Yes, exactly. It means you've found yourself, you're content, you know yourself, you understand yourself, you like yourself, you're happy being who you are.

    It's a good expression, isn't it?

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    #3

    Re: comfortable

    Thanks for thorough explanations Charlie :)

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