The concept of cultural identity has allowed us to think about how we come to recognize ourselves as competent subjects of dynamics and relationships based on specific values, customs and traditions. Identity is not a fact, but a process, so there is no beginning and end that take place in specific life cycles.
Rather, it is a series of transformations that take place under different circumstances that are neither fixed nor immovable. However, for different reasons it is not always easy to feel part of that cultural identity, sometimes you can experience so many different versions of “me”, depending on the group you are with, or the language you are speaking. There could also be a frequent feeling of loneliness when having difficulty identifying with a social group, either peers or family members.