Humans of FHC: Aaron Jachim


“I changed a lot freshman year. In eighth grade, I had a lot of toxic relationships with friendships and stuff, and I was just trying to fit in with those people and just cared about how I looked and everything that I did. Then freshman year hit, and I met a ton of upperclassmen. They knew themselves, and they were comfortable with themselves, and then I kind of became comfortable with myself. I got rid of those toxic relationships; I started to find more people that accepted me for who I was and what I liked to do.”