A common social behaviour in humans is to negatively judge lifestyles that are different from traditions and social expectations. People leading uncommon lifestyles are rejected by their social group and considered unfit to be within the social circle.
Being normal is not defined by being like everyone else. To the contrary, being normal is succeeding in being yourself.
Accepting who you are and what you are made of and finding a balance between your darkness and your light is the best chance you have to being normal.
Socially, being normal is relative. One can be considered normal in a social group and labelled as weird in a different one. If social pressure persists, find yourself a social group that leads a similar lifestyle to yours. It will become your support system and it will help you regain confidence.