As a strict aside, we are each "different," AC1201. At 13, the "difference" might be as simple as being an artist instead of an attorney, or a healer instead of a builder. If we are emotionally healthy, we sort these things out as our lives unfold. We cannot be expected to make decisions about who we are or what we are at 13. I knew too many classmates who came from over-acheiving families that were literally driven to meet the highest standards and steam-roll over anyone and anyTHING that stood in the way of achieving the highest goals imaginable.
An example of this is a whole family of super-achievers that I went to school with. They all graduated with honors. They all were accepted at the most prestigious universities in the country - literally. They ALL attained these outrageous goals and they are some of the loneliest and empty people that I've ever known.
So.......appreciate that you are "different" and determine what it is that makes you different. Do you believe that you're more sensitive than other people? Well..........you just may be an artist - performing (acting), visual (drawing, painting, animation), literary (writing, story-telling, movie directing/scripting), or musical. Don't be so quick to label yourself......we are ALL different, and thank gawd for that!