The question, “Who am I?” is a serious one. The question is linked to your self-awareness. Who you think you are to a large extent determines what you choose to do, how you choose to act, whom you choose to communicate with, and even whether you desire to communicate.
How we communicate with ourselves and how we communicate with others us builds in us a sense of self. Our selves evolve as we interact with different people, engage in new situations, and form new relationships with other people (and objects). My sense of self is therefore not something fixed and unchanging. Nor is it a thing that one finds. Instead, the sense of self is something one creates.
This does not necessarily imply you can create yourself as anything you choose to be. The self is a social product