Felicity is a quiet person who keeps to herself and doesn't open up much to people. But she's different, and she's changed. She has been through years of therapy and has changed the course of her life for the better, she wasn't going to turn bitter and let herself wallow in pity.
Felicity lives in London in a small muggle apartment complex, she works as a journalist and has a quiet and humble life. Sure, she's lonely and she wishes that she wasn't but she's come to terms with being alone and never speaking to her family again.
She mostly keeps to herself, but chit-chats every now and then with passersby and strangers she meets while walking to and from work. She enjoys a little company, but only a little. She has a small fear of reverting back to her old ways and feelings and doesn't want to become the bitter and angry person she used to be.
Felicity loves herbology and has a small garden on her balcony where she grows muggle plants and magical plants. She's a very healthy person now, and a vegetarian. She enjoys yoga and running to keep herself calm and relaxed.
She's been thinking about going back to Hogwarts and applying to become a teacher/professor, but her fear is holding her back from going back to the place where it seemed her life was ruined. She would like to just live out the rest of her life in comfort but knows that she needs to take a risk every now and then or else her life will become mundane.
All in all, Felicity has changed and changed for the better. She still has tendencies to be bitter or negative and she tries to catch herself from saying something along those lines. But she cannot deny the fact that she has an aching hole in her heart that will never be filled.
Felicity is a quiet person who keeps to herself and doesn't open to people, she finds it hard to make a connection with others which is why she hardly has any friends. She feels like she can't trust anyone and no matter what they will always stab her in the back.
She is used to being alone though, as that was how her childhood was, she likes the quietness and solitude as that is what she is used to. She is not open that much for change and likes to stick to things she knows and understands, she isn't one to just jump into an idea without first planning out how everything will work and having back up plans as well.
Being alone all that time she has read quite the collection of books, nearly enough to fill up a mini library. She has a vast knowledge of things having to do with the Muggle-World as well as the Wizarding world, and loves to spout out facts to people but mostly does it during the most random times. Some people find it annoying how she is like a walking encyclopedia but she just loves to tell people all that she knows.
If one were to gain her trust and get past her quiet and shy self they would find that she is nice and helpful but just doesn't know how to act out towards others, they might also find that she is lonely and empty and needs someone to talk to and get her emotions out. Unlike her brother Greg who has Cloud and drawing, Felicity has no one and nothing.
Felicity has matured and changed throughout the years. She has learned that being by herself is the only way she is going through life, no one cares about her. And she has learned that the hard way.
Solitude and being by herself has shaped a nearly impenetrable wall and barrier around her heart, she no longer opens up to anyone about her deepest feelings and wants. No one deserves it, and no one would care anyway. They all leave in the end.
She is quiet and likes it that way. No one being nosy and getting in her business, no one bothering her and making her get distracted or lose track of her thoughts. She enjoys the silence, and she enjoys being alone.
But she can't lie through her teeth forever, behind her walls and facade she is hurting and broken. No one has taken the time to carefully peel away at her fake image and find the real her, no one has bothered to take the time to just care.
Felicity misses her family, she wants to be apart of the Blake family again. She wants to have the relationship with her siblings that they seem to all have together, but she knows she isn't apart of that happiness.
Her family is better off without her and she knows that they don't need her and they never did. So she stays alone because that's how it's always been and that's all it'll ever be. She doesn't reach out because there's no one to reach out to.