It is a shame, not a gain when people doubt and find it extremely difficult to link our identity to the identity of the group we find ourselves.
Our consistency, credibility, loyalty, commitment, faithfulness and trust are in great question when our core identity changes with time and situation, not for self improvement, but for our critics to applaud and accept us.
Critics are not always right and you do not always need to rely on criticism before you can know that you are on the wrong path.
Who you are, where you are, what you have and who you want to you become make you unique, not superior or inferior to others.
Do not rush to change your core identity, being mocked and criticized of who you are does not automatically make you bad.
Be firm and strive to add value to your identity.
God bless you.
Fr. Michael Amo Gyau