I was an Air Force brat growing up as my father was career military. The flower of the military brat is the dandelion as it is blown to all corners of the world and can bloom anywhere. I learned to be adaptable to new cities, states, and countries every two-to-four years.
Adjusting to a new place can take time. Meeting new friends, a new home, a new school, and learning your way around a new town. Sometimes there are language barriers you have to navigate. Or laws of a country you must adhere to. With each new experience, you write on the slate of who you become, which can be transformational. This could be an adventurously positive experience that defines your purpose in adulthood. Or, it could be a devastatingly negative experience that undermines who you could be.
Some transformations are involuntary. Some transformations you choose for the betterment of your joy, peace, and relationships. If you are hiding behind strongholds that keep you stuck, take a journey to replant your soul and grow into the beautiful person you are longing to be.