'Wherever you go, there you are' : Code Switch Many immigrants have described the feeling of being different people in different places. Maybe in one country, you're a little goofy, a little wild. In another, you're more serious — more of a planner. In this episode, which originally aired on Latino USA, Miguel Macias explores how his identity has been shaped by both Spain and the United States, leaving him in a state of limbo.

'Wherever you go, there you are'

'Wherever you go, there you are'

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Miguel Macias at various stages of life. Courtesy of Miguel Macias hide caption

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Miguel Macias at various stages of life.

Courtesy of Miguel Macias

Many immigrants have described the feeling of being different people in different places. Maybe in one country, you're a little goofy, a little wild. In another, you're more serious — more of a planner. In this episode, which originally aired on Latino USA, Miguel Macias explores how his identity has been shaped by both Spain and the United States, leaving him in a state of limbo.

To listen to the original episode, called "Limbo," check out the Latino USA feed here.