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I'm not sure I understand the difference between saying you are "emo" and being emo. I mean, it's basically a style of dressing, right? So, buy a few new clothes and change your hair and presto! emo.
It sounds like she has low self esteem and isn't sure which group of kids she fits in with. That's a hard place to be in at 13 but I'm not sure how you can help her figure that out. Is she involved in any extracurricular activities where she can make friends in a more constructive way?
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